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Topic # 26515 24-Sep-2008 23:12
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So I was out of the country for about 2 months and when I got back I switched on my phone but...
no missed calls / text messages
Pretty sure I got a few text messages during this time so I'm wondering, how long do vodafone store these?Anyway to get them or nah?

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  Reply # 166944 25-Sep-2008 08:35
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it is either 7 or 14 days.

Once time has gone then no way to get them




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  Reply # 167146 25-Sep-2008 18:44
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Thats why most people I know get someone to phonesit when they go overseas rather then risking incoming roaming charges. Plus that means that the person sitting can give the foregn prepaid number to just people that should get it.




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