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  # 1822112 13-Jul-2017 20:47
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... but it always seems to be around 0200! WTF VF? Seriously! ...

 

 

Maybe they send at those times because network activity is low. 

 

"Best time for us. sealed the customer!"

 

 

While I do like my corporate bashing, this most likely is due to the end of day process running which immediately sends out the SMS. VF could buffer this to disk. After all, it's less than one Twitter post per customer. :-)





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  # 1822194 14-Jul-2017 05:19
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Nope it's 100% not that reason why I could go into very fine details why it happens but won't

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well my partner has just got her sms spam stopped by phong vodafone

 

she had tried a few years ago and was told as a prepay customer she couldn't opt out

 

I am glad this is finally sorted for her

 

 

 

 






 

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