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  Reply # 1432301 21-Nov-2015 16:25
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@tardtasticx I have advised my answer already in this thread, Quote anything you like it does not change

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  Reply # 1432302 21-Nov-2015 16:33
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johnr: @tardtasticx I have advised my answer already in this thread, Quote anything you like it does not change


Well based on those quotes earlier, it looks like your "answer" is incorrect. 

Having a look through that whole act it doesn't seem to provide any exceptions for someones service provider to send automated messages about promotions etc. 




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  Reply # 1432795 22-Nov-2015 18:04
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I have to say i get highly annoyed with them.
"Vodafone is upgrading your cell tower soon" bla bla bla

Its annoying because I must be on the list of every cell tower in hawkes bay - i move around alot.

And they come from "Vodafone" - not a number so you cant reply. And calling 777 is a customer inconvenience that just shouldnt have to happen. They should come from a number and you should be able to reply stop to them.

If the answer is to call 777, then thats clearly a problem vodafone needs to fix.
Plain and simple.




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  Reply # 1432799 22-Nov-2015 18:16
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That's a service message, if we didn't tell you about something affecting your area, you would say we've breached T&Cs.

We do try to schedule these at reasonable times.




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  Reply # 1432802 22-Nov-2015 18:25
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@tardtasticx you can complain all you want to @JohnR and nothing will change. He's not in charge of marketing, so things won't be changed unless some users lay complaints about the lack of unsubscribe features through the same medium. And I somehow think no one will actually go through the trouble.








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