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Topic # 5082 27-Sep-2005 08:15
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Hi all,

I inherited a new work phone and I keep getting Rugby news text messages from 97986. I've rung Vodafone but they're unable to tell me where they're from. We're not being charged for them but I really want to kill them. Anyone have any ideas where to unsubscribe?

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  Reply # 20582 27-Sep-2005 09:38
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that sounds like a sim2 service - has your phone got a "vodafone" menu on it somewhere?

depending on your sim version, there could be help there. if it is a later one, under that menu you should be able to select
- sport
- rugby union
- stop regular

which should put an end to it.

if you dont have those options, then I'm not sure how to kill it...

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  Reply # 20595 27-Sep-2005 11:21
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cause customer is not being charged sounds like a glitch some where

 
 
 
 




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Reply # 20626 27-Sep-2005 17:24
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C-Diddy: that sounds like a sim2 service - has your phone got a "vodafone" menu on it somewhere?

depending on your sim version, there could be help there. if it is a later one, under that menu you should be able to select
- sport
- rugby union
- stop regular

which should put an end to it.

if you dont have those options, then I'm not sure how to kill it...


It's a SE K700i so no Sim2 type menu for me



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  Reply # 20628 27-Sep-2005 17:32
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Okay..I guess the old Sim2 Vodafone menu has been superseded by VF Live. I had a look in there but apparently I'm not subscribed to any Alerts...

This is just weird!

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Reply # 20643 27-Sep-2005 20:49
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I sent in PM about this issue its a good idea you read it, Its says ring VF and them to log it to the tech team



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  Reply # 20715 29-Sep-2005 08:48
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johnr: I sent in PM about this issue its a good idea you read it, Its says ring VF and them to log it to the tech team


[No incoming messages]...???

I'll ring VF again

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  Reply # 20718 29-Sep-2005 10:05
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Vodafone CS will be able to do a search on that number its sent from

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