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Topic # 5866 3-Dec-2005 20:19
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Hi guys

I wanted to get everyones take on what problems, in a technical sense does Vodafone have?

I'm talking about things like, I never receive my low credit text notification or my automatic credit card payments aren't very automatic.

I would also be interested to hear if you tell Vodafone about these problems and if you do what response you receive initially and through followup from Vodafone?

Also, I don't consider phone config issues or user error part of the thread.

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  Reply # 24196 3-Dec-2005 22:15
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The 'who called' message doesn't work for me.

The voicemail message works most of the time when people leave messages, but sometimes I don't get the message.

Also a slight billing issue which has been going on. Its been taking a while and has only been given a light going-over it seems.

The first two don't really matter, the third does.




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  Reply # 24270 5-Dec-2005 23:49
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What phones are you guys using? I'm using Motorola. Not sure model number.
I sometimes don't get the who called text nor the text that says I've got voice mail. So, if my phone's been out of range or turned off when someone called, I don't know until a day or two later when the text finally comes through telling me. It doesn't happen very often but tends to happen with the most important calls!! When someone doesn't reply to me I always wonder if it's just Vodafone not delivering the message again.
I never once had anything like this happen with Telecom! I thought it might be my phone but will be interesting to see here how many people have the same problem and whether or not we're using the same phone.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 24274 6-Dec-2005 08:50
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Do you get late SMS with SIM in another handset??

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  Reply # 24284 6-Dec-2005 11:16
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Yes. Last time this happened (few months ago), my SIM was in my 'old' phone and had only been in it for a few days. What does this mean?

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