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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 5007 18-Sep-2005 13:11
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Hi Team

Does any one have the video calling number for Motorola V1050?
I haven’t searched Vodafone website, rang Vodafone customer service, went to the dealer i got it from (DSE) it seems that am dealing with a bunch of doo doos here totally useless.

Long story short, may i have the number for video calling please?

Cheers

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Reply # 20250 18-Sep-2005 14:37
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I think you are a tad asking the wrong thing here.

There is no video calling number

When you want to make a video call which is you dial the same number 021**** as a voice call and depending on your phone it will say make a voice call or a video call

You phone should have all the settings in there.

besides when you buy a Vodafone 3G phone you are supposed to get a hands on demo how to use it and if you decline this you wont jnow what you doing.

Go back to the Vodafone store and get a one on one

Video is no different or harder than a voice call





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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 20261 19-Sep-2005 12:16
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Hi there

Thanks for the info, i will do just that.

After i master rest my phone all the default settings went blank, the video calling number i was referring which can be located under setting-initial setup-scroll down to video interactive gateway number is blank! I need that number in order to connect to Vodafone 3G network.

If what you claim is true i will go right now to the store i got it from or a Vodafone dealer and have this issue resolved.


Cheers mate

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 20267 19-Sep-2005 12:54
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Vieo number??? interesting.. I wonder what that function is for..

(I declined the "hands one demo" and had no problems, but's i'm just a nerd ;-)

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  Reply # 20269 19-Sep-2005 13:50
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"The only way to learn some- thing is to do it"

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  Reply # 20270 19-Sep-2005 13:56
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The video interactive gateway number is not used here in NZ

All you need is the settings on the previous post




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 20273 19-Sep-2005 15:15
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Hi Team

Thank you for all who has helped me, the phone is up and running again.


Cheers

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