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# 109007 7-Feb-2008 08:26
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How would I get an ESMS calling card? I'm having difficulty reading Chinese.

the actual SMS service could also prove useful.

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  # 109279 8-Feb-2008 13:47
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The product is available on the e-pay platform, I was just having a look at the options on one of their terminals a few minutes ago.


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  # 109286 8-Feb-2008 14:03
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You can pass more than A and B party info in both SS7 and the SIP world.

Typically you may see:

CgPN - Calling party number
CdPN - Called party number
OCN - Original called number
RDN - Redirecting number

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  # 109388 9-Feb-2008 00:22
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For esms card:  The shop at 265 Queen St (In Touch).

Ask the staff to set it up for you, they're quite helpful.  First time, you would have to go enter your calling card pin too, but after that, whenever you call their 021 Access number, it goes straight through!

Using it with no problems, not bad! 

Haha, I do wonder when Vodafone "shuts it down" though???  Or maybe, it's actually legit?

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  # 109778 11-Feb-2008 02:36
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Interesting. I have being thrashign my 2talk 028 number thats setup for callback recently. I am doing my best to never top up the phone unless essential. Im running on the IOU at the moment and other then being told that I have 4 mins and a few seconds of call time every time before it starts ringing its sweet as. 25c/min for the mobile leg of the call and then whatever for the other leg.

The problem I see with using this on a best mate is Iwould have to put money on the phone for the best mate to subscribe every month.

And that there is no idea if it will last, and if it doesnt then I am stuck on supa prepay (no real downside nowdays) with credit left on the phone.

The calling card to aussie landlines for way under the lowest that they will give you nz landlines for is so insulting its not funny! Just another example of vodafone rogering everyone with high rates.


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