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Topic # 9190 28-Aug-2006 13:52
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Any boday know can adds on TXT 100 can be still used for International TXTs as well as TXTs within NZ,thanks

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  Reply # 44852 28-Aug-2006 13:57
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TXTs are for NZ mobiles

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  Reply # 44854 28-Aug-2006 15:13
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But Vodafone's billing system couldn't cope with this so you could send international SMS's and not get charged the usual 20c.


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Reply # 44860 28-Aug-2006 16:28
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I am quite sure that issue is now resolved

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Reply # 44871 28-Aug-2006 18:57
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I have tried it a while ago and it didn't use the included quota.




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  Reply # 44926 29-Aug-2006 16:21
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I know the text 200 and 600 charge you for sending international txts, so I'm pretty sure that text 100 is working properly now, so no international txts wont be included.

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