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Topic # 26743 2-Oct-2008 01:15
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Why in the world will Xnet on the network stats page say about vodafone
heres the url
You tell me thats very odd. xnet do not have anythink to do with vodafoen or telecom. Odd whats your guys say post here

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  Reply # 168520 2-Oct-2008 04:48
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They probably have it there to let us that have their VFX phone service know that if we have a problem calling someone who has a Vodafone 3G mobile that our call may get diverted straight to that persons voicemail and its also giving us a solution if we have a Vodafone 3G mobile ourselves and people are having problems calling us.

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  Reply # 168521 2-Oct-2008 04:59
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I think it's always helpful to tell people about these sorts of things, regardless of who the operator is.

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  Reply # 168581 2-Oct-2008 11:33
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Yeah, what they said above :-) My guess is the WxC helpdesk has had a few calls about the issue so they are being clever and putting it out there to try and cut down on the calls they are receiving / answer their customer's questions quicker and easier.

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  Reply # 169060 5-Oct-2008 00:20
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Well, I did the suggested trick to my mobile and SWMBO is impressed that I answer every time now.
So, the suggestion on the WXC site  "Must be a good thing."

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