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Topic # 6419 24-Jan-2006 20:51
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Hey.
Got me one of those new Motorola 3g RZR's from italy. Have unlocked it and set it up for NZ VF pxt and wap browsing, so all is well.
However, i can't check my prepay balance with it.
there is a 'credit available' function on the phone - but this is through the '3' network.
Anyone know how i can change it? or if theres a direct address i can try.


and i've set it all up for VF live, but whenever i try view pics it says 'your handset model is not supported yet' is this just becuase my phone model is new? or becos its an import?
can i change this?

Cheers

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  Reply # 27034 24-Jan-2006 21:03
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Haven't noticed as that being an option available on the NZ handsets.

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  Reply # 27036 24-Jan-2006 21:10
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You can check your balance/credit using the Vodafone SIM menu, texting 'BAL' to 777 or calling 777.

I noticed on my P910 when I put a Chinamobile SIM in it, I get 'call cost' and I can set a budget on it... but its all clientside (on the phone/SIM).




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  Reply # 27037 24-Jan-2006 21:12
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fergienz: there is a 'credit available' function on the phone - but this is through the '3' network.
Anyone know how i can change it? or if theres a direct address i can try.


If you have SIM2, then txt the word BAL to 777 & you will get an updated balance within seconds. I don't think you can use "Credit Available" in New Zealand.



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  Reply # 27045 24-Jan-2006 22:10
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cool thanks.
yea all it done on my old phones (i've just relised) was when i clicked 'check balance' from the phones menu it must have sent that same txt off, cos thinking bak i always got a txt bak.

so thanks!

anyone know anything about the pics in VFlive? is it this model or the fact its imported?

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  Reply # 27049 25-Jan-2006 00:22
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fergienz:
anyone know anything about the pics in VFlive? is it this model or the fact its imported?


No idea on that issue, but I suggest you contact Vodafone or PM fellow Geekzone member "johnr".

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  Reply # 27081 25-Jan-2006 09:41
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fergienz: cool thanks.
anyone know anything about the pics in VFlive? is it this model or the fact its imported?


Would probably be just the fact that its imported :)

I can see the pictures on the model I have.

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