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Topic # 27527 29-Oct-2008 18:31
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This has probably been answered many times before, but the search function wasn't helping me very much so here goes:

1. Does Text2000 on Vodafone include texts to B+W? I know B+W->Vodafone is counted as the same, but I'm wondering if it's the same the other way.

2. Does the number Vodafone provide for checking ported numbers (I forget the number at the moment, you texted a mobile number and it replied if it was on Vodafone or not) work for B+W numbers?

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  Reply # 174421 29-Oct-2008 18:36
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Mobile number to 300 for checking if on or off net

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  Reply # 174423 29-Oct-2008 18:41
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Just tested with a mobile number and the sms back advised the number is on net. Tested to scott palmers number.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 174428 29-Oct-2008 18:49
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Thanks johnr. :)




 


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  Reply # 174481 29-Oct-2008 22:44
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johnr: Just tested with a mobile number and the sms back advised the number is on net. Tested to scott palmers number.

Great minds think alike, so do ours.

I did that this avo aswell




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  Reply # 174490 29-Oct-2008 23:07
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And in answer to question 1, yes applies both ways. Anything "on-net" works both ways for either companies customers.

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johnr: Mobile number to 300 for checking if on or off net



Excellent tip! I wonder if the reverse is true? (Telstraclear on Telecom on-net deals?)

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  Reply # 174501 29-Oct-2008 23:30
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johnr: Mobile number to 300 for checking if on or off net



Excellent tip! I wonder if the reverse is true? (Telstraclear on Telecom on-net deals?)


AFAIK TCL and TNZ numbers are on net for CDMA customers :)

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