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Topic # 55304 29-Dec-2009 12:34
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I have been filling out the online billing info every few weeks since Vodafone brought in the option.. What is it, nearly 2 years now ?
So far Zero feedback and still getting Useless paper bills.  I download the pdfs every month while the paper accounts pile up at my emergency postal address which I then have to pay to get forwarded. 
Totally Mobile = No fixed abode.


So far I have tried with the latest Safari, Firefox, Stainless, and a few other Mac browsers.. Any Hints on how to get it to work??

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  Reply # 285827 29-Dec-2009 13:01
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Have you tried calling them?



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  Reply # 285836 29-Dec-2009 14:41
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Yep, but couldn't make the Egyptians understand what I wanted, email didn't work either.
Will try again in a couple of weeks when I'm in an area with decent Vodafone coverage, none to one bar here in Ardmore, Auckland.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 285842 29-Dec-2009 15:08
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Bit OT, How do you deal with land transport with no fixed address? They were totally useless when I asked, still sending stuff to my street address which I had asked many times to remove.




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  Reply # 285854 29-Dec-2009 16:02
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We use an emergency address ~ my son's, but those prepaid postage bags from the post office mount up at +$5 a time.

Land transport & Insurance companies both insist on an address but having even an emergency address brings the Jury service letters..bit difficult when on the other island :~) Other ways, a postbox, trusted friends or using NZ Motor Caravan Association postal redirection service.

All the Best getting away from the postal service..



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  Reply # 285855 29-Dec-2009 16:04
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OT 2,
Don't try using Ass. as a sort form of Association..the forum refused to accept the post :D

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  Reply # 285856 29-Dec-2009 16:05
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You are required to have an address, even if it is a Poste Restante address. Which is what the OP seems to be using.

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  Reply # 285978 30-Dec-2009 00:38
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Using something like http://www.privatebox.co.nz would probably be cheaper and more effective than those postshop forwarding things.

I'm sure there was another company doing a similar thing but I can't think of it at the moment.

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