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Topic # 16307 3-Oct-2007 18:08
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Hi there, does anyone know if Vodafone charges for receiving SMS messages from the Google notifier? Thanks.

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  Reply # 89324 3-Oct-2007 18:22
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On Google Calender there is an option to notify by SMS message but I'm not sure what exactly its doing to send the message.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 89325 3-Oct-2007 18:23
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Are you using this feature?

If yes, are you entering a number or an e-mail address?

If you are entering a number it's free, if using an e-mail address you may b charged.






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  Reply # 89327 3-Oct-2007 18:26
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Now I know whats happening... thanks :)

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Reply # 89328 3-Oct-2007 18:28
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Ive been using it for a while for google calendar at least and every month i have checked my bill just in case and nothing yet :) 

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