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Topic # 59357 3-Apr-2010 13:18
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Posted by Paul in the Vodafone forums:

Due to planned system maintenance between 6pm on the 4th April until 11am on the 5th April the following automated services via 777 will be unavailable:-

  • Checking your account balance and included minutes,

  • Obtaining your PUK code and

  • Making a credit card payment.

Our customer services team will not be able to provide this information for you during the system upgrade. Prepay customers will still be able to top-up their accounts by recharge voucher. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

If you think you might need to top up during that time, can I suggest you get in early and top up before 6pm so that you don't miss out on any Easter chat.

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  Reply # 314421 3-Apr-2010 16:43
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So its business as usual for vodafone over the weekend then?


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  Reply # 314425 3-Apr-2010 16:54
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ya i think it is...

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