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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 9847 18-Oct-2006 11:34
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ok well i use the vodafone music part of vodafone live alot. now over the past few months it seems like the vodafone live ringtones section has a mind of it's own. weird things keep on happening. like in their 'ringtones' section there is a new releases menu with all the new releases. ringtones that have been out for a few months appear again in the new releases menu when they were not even in there. and some new ringtones that were released 2 or 3 weeks ago suddenly disappear from the new releases menu. and a few days ago there was 3 pages of new release ringtones,then there was 2 pages,and now it's back to 3 pages again. there were a few ringtones that were released a few weeks ago like, p diddy ft nicole scherzinger-come to me,and,3lw-feelin you,that have just disappeared from the new releases ringtone menu and they have been replaced with old ringtones that are months old. so my question is,does vodafone live have something wrong with it? maybe it can't remember the settings or something?

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Reply # 48982 18-Oct-2006 17:15
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Vodafone live has been quite crap of late. Songs with the wrong link.Unable to access parts of the site.Needing to clear cookies and cacheon the phone to make it work.Quite poor.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 49047 19-Oct-2006 12:17
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yeah and sometimes it doesn't even log into vodafone live and says 'request rejected'.

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