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#55649 7-Jan-2010 12:20
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Anyone experiencing problems with calls from VFX to 2talk numbers? I notice a specific problem to numbers in the 028 25XX XXXX series.


[Edit: specifically, an announcement that the number is not in service.]

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  #287763 7-Jan-2010 13:02
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DrCheese: I presume you have reported the problem to VFX and they have not found any problem and then this is the reason why you have posted your problem here?




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  #287766 7-Jan-2010 13:10
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I've reported this to VFX, before posting, like the responsible chap I am. I'd like to find out whether this is a problem only with me or a more systemic problem with 2talk numbers. Just for interest. I'm sure the VFX folks will get around to dealing with this if it's more widespread than just me.

I assume you are a VFX customer. I'll send you my number and would appreciate you calling it as a test. No need to wait beyond the first ring tone to incur an expense if I pick up the phone. If you get the "this number is not in service" message, please let me know.

David.





 
 
 
 


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  #287784 7-Jan-2010 14:18
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I can confirm I get the problem also. I actually signed up for an additional 028 number a few days ago that I had never used which is in that same range.

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  #289136 12-Jan-2010 07:21
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Issue should now be resolved




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