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Topic # 8322 21-Jun-2006 08:13
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A while back I stumbled on a forum post on Geekzone about how to subscribe to [number]@sms.vodafone.net.nz - I subscribed and it worked like a charm. It was simply texting one digit to a specific sms number and away it went - 20c for each text received (don't give the address out ;) - I can't find the post now - I've done a google search for sms.vodafone.net.nz and found lots about the service - but nothing on how to subscribe. Vodafone don't advertise the availability of the service - and I've even rung up customer services in the past and they point you to a payed subscription service.

Any help on this greatly appreciated - Its working for me but my business partner may need it shortly.


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  Reply # 39148 21-Jun-2006 09:00
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i think that service is not available to new people... it still works on my account.

depending on what you're after, PM me as i might be able to help as much as i can remember... better be quick as i tend to forget things quite quickly (and i'm not kidding about this)




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Reply # 39151 21-Jun-2006 09:43
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The service is now available as a package, this backdoor is no longer available (or Vodafone doesn't want it to be common knowledge).





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 39152 21-Jun-2006 09:48
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mmm what package may it be?


OT: When will Vodafone NZ be putting MS Hosted Exchange service for WM Push Email?




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