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Topic # 91673 18-Oct-2011 21:08
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Hi there,

As stated my phone died tragically in a drowning, darn raincoat pockets are not waterproof!!!
Anyway I've been given a lg gt400 to use until I get a new one but when I go to to text even though my sim is entered my messages wont send... [Yet I can recieve the cheeky little beggars]
Does anyone know what I need to do to make it so I can text??
(please don't suggest going to a Vodafone store, that will be my next port of call if you wonderful people cant help me)

Cheers Smile

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  Reply # 534999 18-Oct-2011 23:40
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Probably incorrect sms centre number, would be in your text message settings. However not sure what it's meant to be for voda, a quick google search should do the trick

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  Reply # 535002 18-Oct-2011 23:46
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AndrewMac: Probably incorrect sms centre number, would be in your text message settings. However not sure what it's meant to be for voda, a quick google search should do the trick


The SMS centre number is now only used when a Vodafone NZ connection is roaming

It's +6421600600

John

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 535111 19-Oct-2011 12:26
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I did that and it still didnt work Yell 

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