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Topic # 8689 22-Jul-2006 00:18
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I am currently a Telecom customer but have been considering a move to Vodafone for some time now, or at least having a device on both networks.

I spoke to the VF customer support centre to discuss plan options and what not. The person I spoke to made comments about the limited number of 021 + 6 digits numbers avalible.

Having a shorter (and therefore easier to remember number [for customers]) number is somewhat of a big factor in my decision making process here.

Apparently (according to the rep) the reason went to 021 + 8 for PrePay customers is so that once 021 + 6 numbers run out for on account then they will have 021 + 7

Does anyone know if there is any truth to this? Would it be worth me buying a cheap mobile and throwing in on a cheap You Choose plan to secure a 021 + 6 number?




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  Reply # 42211 22-Jul-2006 00:30
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Ive had an on account 021  +7 digits for some years




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  Reply # 42212 22-Jul-2006 00:33
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The rep told me you get an 021 + 7 if you:
a) change from Telecom and wish to keep the same number (With 021 instead of 025/027...obviosuly)
b) want it (for some strange reason...like having 021 MYNAMEHERE)
c) there are no 021 + 6 avalible at the time your account is allocated a number on the network




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  Reply # 42213 22-Jul-2006 00:48
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Thats me-No A




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  Reply # 43116 1-Aug-2006 23:50
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I got an on account plan just a few days ago and I had a large list of 6 digit numbers to choose from. It didnt seem at all that there was a shortage. I even got a number with a triple digit repeat Laughing



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  Reply # 43141 2-Aug-2006 10:14
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Yeah I signed up on account last monday and got a 6 digit number. I guess the CS rep was wrong.




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