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Topic # 8027 29-May-2006 12:05
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There are heaps of java applications for mobile phones out there like Diaries,scientific calculators and alot more. They should provide it in vodafone live.

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  Reply # 36985 29-May-2006 12:06
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kelly2626: There are heaps of java applications for mobile phones out there like Diaries,scientific calculators and alot more. They should provide it in vodafone live.


Then you would be complaining that Vodafone are charging you $5.00 for an application you can download for free elsewhere on the internet. Sites like getjar.com allow you to download software over WAP very easily and it will cost you substancially less.




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Reply # 36990 29-May-2006 12:13
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Kelly2626 the content provided on vodafone live is put there by content providers

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 36993 29-May-2006 12:24
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kelly2626: They should provide it in vodafone live.

Should? Why should they? Because you said so? You have no credibility round here let alone having the stupidity to try and dictate how VF should be running their business. Telecom/xtra and Vodafone could do all the things you have been demanding recently and you would still find some way to complain and demand more.

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