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Master Geek

Topic # 53862 14-Dec-2009 21:29
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I have Txt2000 on my prepaid SIM and I want to send a txt to someone who has a Vodafone NZ number and is in the Philippines at the moment. Will Txt2000 still work if I send a message?
They also have Txt2000 and will it work for them sending a txt to me too from overseas?

Thanks in advanced.

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  Reply # 282476 14-Dec-2009 21:32
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The person roaming will pay a surchange per SMS sent depending carrier they are attached to

You are in NZ sending a SMS to a Vodafone NZ number so charged the TXT2000 rate

The person roaming does not pay for incoming SMS


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  Reply # 282477 14-Dec-2009 21:36
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Here is a link to some INFO that will help

TXT2000 is not valid for the person roaming



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  Reply # 282485 14-Dec-2009 22:07
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