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# 40573 31-Aug-2009 18:49
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I was reaching all my selected twitters to my phone for about the first 3 weeks after launch and then for no apparent reason it stopped sending them, and I haven't received any twitter since about 2-3 weeks...


I have since moved over to 2degrees as twitter was about the only thing I had left on Vodafone, txt prices are just too high (for a low user like me, i have no plan to send 1000-2000 txts).


Just 2 days ago I put in my old Vodafone SIM card and I got 4-6 fairly new twitters appear on the phone and I thought oh YAY they fixed it. Hehe nop, I was wrong, they where the only new twitters I got for the whole weekend (and yes I did get new twitters when I checked my twitter account, they just never came to my phone).


So now im back to my 2degrees SIM :) (wish my phone had two SIM card slots Laughing)


Anyone else having similar issues...resolutions...?

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  # 252029 31-Aug-2009 18:52

It's all working fine at this end. We haven't had any complaints about the service not working in the way you describe.

Sorry.

Cheers

Paul




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  # 252069 31-Aug-2009 22:09
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Yeah I normally see posts here about problems I have, but not this time.
I might have to give Vodafone a ring one day.

Thanks for the reply thou.

 
 
 
 


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  # 252074 31-Aug-2009 22:29
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You know twitter is not a vodafone product

Also SMS have a expiry time of 72 hours if not delivered

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  # 252076 31-Aug-2009 22:31
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I know that, so you think it's a Titter problem?

Ill give them an email first them.

I never really thought that it could be twitter, so used to it being a NZ compony with the fault.

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  # 252301 1-Sep-2009 16:56
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Mine are still coming in - 120 a day sometimes till I unselected some serial BS tweeters to get texts from.

Are you getting DMs ok?




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