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Topic # 22685 5-Jun-2008 11:27
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VFX advanced Feature Set is now available.

The following services are now available under



Xnet VFX Advanced Feature Set

Enabling you to have control over your phone as never before.

Get all of the exciting features listed below for only $6 per month per line. A one-off set up fee of $20 per line applies.
If you are an existing customer you can add this set yourself through our ViewBill portal, click here to register.

Features include;









Note: The Xnet VFX Advanced Feature Set can be added to any VFX line, including Xtencity, Fusion and Fusion over Fibre.




There are a large number of services here and the Scheduler can be used with great effect for selective call forwarding,


I will highlight one of the services and one that will get some peoples attention,
Alternate Numbers:
Enables you to have up to ten phone numbers assigned to your account - each with a distinctive ring pattern.
Alternate Numbers are assigned by WorldxChange. Please contact Sales for more information.

This allows you to have inbound number outside your calling region, so you may now have a number in any of the following regions and this will be terminated onto your original VFX Number, Note there is a charge of 5$ per number and this is an Inbound Service Only.

Auckland
Blenheim
Christchurch
Dunedin
Hamilton
Invercargill
Napier
Nelson
New Plymouth
Palmerston North
Queenstown
Rotorua
Taupo
Tauranga
Timaru
Wellington
Whangarei


You can set yourself up in Viewbill and it will automatically provision the services within a couple of minutes and the services will be immediately available through the Myvfx portal, you will receive an EMail Notification if we have a current email address for you that this has been completed.


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  Reply # 135650 5-Jun-2008 12:18
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Awesome! It must be last Thursday today (joke)




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  Reply # 135653 5-Jun-2008 12:28
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Looks good!

You might want to check your link to the viewbill portal (both in post and on the advanced features page on the website), you're missing an 'i' in the link.




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  Reply # 135655 5-Jun-2008 12:37
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Phil, I think it's broken:

We're sorry, but something went wrong.

We've been notified about this issue and we'll take a look at it shortly.


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  Reply # 135656 5-Jun-2008 12:40
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Yeah, even with the correct link I'm getting the same error :(




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  Reply # 135657 5-Jun-2008 12:43
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Fixed, my fat fingers when editing the link




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  Reply # 135658 5-Jun-2008 12:47
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Link works, ViewBill not so much

EDIT: Working now

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  Reply # 135675 5-Jun-2008 14:02
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This allows you to have inbound number outside your calling region, so you may now have a number in any of the following regions and this will be terminated onto your original VFX Number, Note there is a charge of 5$ per number and this is an Inbound Service Only.

Will this allow people in the choosen rregion to call you as a free call?

ie get a Hamilton number and people in thames and pukekohe could call the person in auckland for free?

If so very call feature




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  Reply # 135679 5-Jun-2008 14:10
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Yes thats correct, you can have a Hamilton Number so people in the Hamilton Free calling area will be able to phone that number and it will terminate on your Auckland VFX number




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  Reply # 135681 5-Jun-2008 14:16
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Must be a backlog cos its definately taking more than a few minutes!



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  Reply # 135683 5-Jun-2008 14:27
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Hi Adam,

We saw you log in but didn't see you request the advanced service pack ? just tested with a few accounts and it's working fine




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  Reply # 135686 5-Jun-2008 14:35
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I did submit it and agreed to the terms and it gave me confirmation. I shall try again.



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  Reply # 135687 5-Jun-2008 14:37
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Thanks Adam, we will keep an eye on it and have just seen something that is related to your account, get back to you on this




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  Reply # 135688 5-Jun-2008 14:37
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It's just not my day.

"Order failed. Please contact customercare on 0800123123."



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  Reply # 135691 5-Jun-2008 14:42
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If you logon now Adam, the advanced Feature Pack should now be there




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  Reply # 135692 5-Jun-2008 14:44
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Hi Phil,

Afraid I've got the same problem - I ordered the feature pack shortly after you announced it and it never came through.. have just tried again and got the same message as Adam - order failed.




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