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Topic # 85700 23-Jun-2011 18:35
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On my phone this morning, I wanted to download a song I heard part of on the radio. Went to the Vodafone homepage from my phone, I can see a link to get ringtones and games, but no music store or "Buy Music" (I think it's called). Ah well, I think, I've seen this before, and they randomise the top row of icons. After many refreshes, reloading of the page, exiting and restarting the browser, powercycling my phone, nope, I still can't see the music store.

Has it been removed (John?) or am I missing something here? I've bought music from the store on my phone before, so I know it's compatible.

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  Reply # 485136 23-Jun-2011 19:14
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Is that the link you want?

I go to it under the Entertainment button.

Please note: I have a professional bias towards Vodafone.

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  Reply # 485166 23-Jun-2011 20:30
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Thanks, but I want to use it from my phone, preferably from the Vodafone WAP menu.

I had a look under the entertainment section but it wasn't there.


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  Reply # 485170 23-Jun-2011 20:38
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Have you used it on this handset before?

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  Reply # 485247 23-Jun-2011 22:58
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Yep, about a month ago (Nokia 6121).

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