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tardtasticx

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  #307849 16-Mar-2010 15:26
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hamish225: well on mine the outgoing ones are free, i have no credit so they must be lol


 

Yeh when I used to be on Vodafone they were free also. Never paid a cent



oh and btw. They [facebook] got back to me, the person couldnt under stand my email, and said my account was

verified but it's not. I have a telecom number on there, but that was only to see if it worked.




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  #307854 16-Mar-2010 15:39
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Facebooks 'reply to comments by email' seems to be broken too.
It was working, but now I get a 'comment removed by poster' or similar message. Of course, the comment still exists.




 

 

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  #307855 16-Mar-2010 15:42
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hamish225: well on mine the outgoing ones are free, i have no credit so they must be lol


That can be easily tracked thanks we will look into this.

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  #307856 16-Mar-2010 15:47
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okay but my question is on facebook it say "we dont charge for the service" so what are you doing with the 20 cents we are ment to be paying?





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  #307857 16-Mar-2010 15:51
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johnr:
hamish225: well on mine the outgoing ones are free, i have no credit so they must be lol


That can be easily tracked thanks we will look into this.


John


 

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  #308086 17-Mar-2010 00:03
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Since they are standard rate texts, they should come from the bundle tho right?

Also when is this gonna be fixed? I want to change getting updates from coming to my old cdma phone to my slingshot one.




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  #308206 17-Mar-2010 11:28
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richms: Since they are standard rate texts, they should come from the bundle tho right?

Also when is this gonna be fixed? I want to change getting updates from coming to my old cdma phone to my slingshot one.


Ummm shouldnt you be directed that question to FB? 

 
 
 
 


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  #308350 17-Mar-2010 15:54
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I'm sure its a problem on Vodafone's end. Because my Telecom XT one can get the texts just fine.




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  #308394 17-Mar-2010 17:21
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I just reset up my CDMA phone that I removed when I was going to try to get my slingshot one working with this. No problems, had it set up in seconds, unlike the black whole that is sending 'f' on VF




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  #310466 23-Mar-2010 23:50
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Over the past week I have been getting the "You haven't texted us in X days. Your Facebook texts have been turned off. To turn back on, reply "on"." type texts where X is around 60 days. I never text to FB but I do receive a few peopls status updates via SMS.

Replying "on" disappears into the big black hole so I removed my number from FB and tried to re-add it but had the same issue.

I'll explore an avenue I have at Vodafone to see if I can verify that the texts are actually reaching FB while you others persist with FB.

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  #310472 24-Mar-2010 00:24
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yeah, still no joy here sending F to 3223 on my slingshot phone, twitter works fine. Comeon JohnR, you must know something about this?




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  #310804 24-Mar-2010 16:01
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Yeh Facebook stopped replying to my emails. I think its automated. Because it wouldn't understand a thing I said. Told it I spoke with Vodafone, they wouldn't get it. Told them I text the right number, still nothing. 




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tardtasticx: Yeh Facebook stopped replying to my emails. I think its automated. Because it?wouldn't?understand a thing I said. Told it I spoke with Vodafone, they wouldn't get it. Told them I text the right number, still nothing.?


You think its automated???? My side hurts

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  #310887 24-Mar-2010 17:49
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I have had it verified that texts are being sent from VF to FB making it a FB problem . . .

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  #310915 24-Mar-2010 18:40
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johnr:
tardtasticx: Yeh Facebook stopped replying to my emails. I think its automated. Because it?wouldn't?understand a thing I said. Told it I spoke with Vodafone, they wouldn't get it. Told them I text the right number, still nothing.?


You think its automated???? My side hurts


Wrong choice of words, my bad. Should have said scripted. Like, they didn't really pay much attention to what was actually being said. 

Johnr: Have you had a look into this problem from Vodafone's side yet? 




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