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# 19125 6-Feb-2008 07:38
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Is there anyone from Vodafone here who can give a answer as to what is happening with Vodafone Sky Mobile TV on pre-paid plans?

Since late January I, and at least one other person, have not been able to access the Sky Mobile TV service via Nokias on our pre-paid plans. The service used to work, but then one bright summer day  it began. The results are always the same, once you select a Mobile TV channel, then the following:

        Processing Data

        PLEASE WAIT

        Connecting to Vodafone stream

        Temporary Network Problem

        Loading Prime

        No response

The result is the same of all of Sky Mobile TV channels. Downloading music and pictures from Vodafone Live! does not seem to be an issue.

Can anyone from Vodafone tell me what's happening?

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# 108835 6-Feb-2008 08:26
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There is already another thread going you have posted in. There is no need to start another. Basic fault checking has been advised in already. Please can a admin lock this thread.

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  # 108852 6-Feb-2008 10:24
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John pretty much summed it up. There is a thread already discussing this issue, please keep the posts related to that topic in there.




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