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Topic # 56547 16-Jan-2010 10:59
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Hey all

I have a 2talk fax number that forwards to email.  This has been non-operational now for more than a month, and numerous attempts to contact them have failed.  The 028 number is not answered, and they do not respond to email...

Does anyone know of another way to contact them?

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  Reply # 290494 16-Jan-2010 11:04
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  Reply # 290509 16-Jan-2010 12:25
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The 2talk service (and iTalk before it) is notorious for poor service.

If you want a provider who will take good care of you, move your account to WxC's VFX service: http://www.xnet.co.nz/vfx/

I have used this service for the past 3+ years, and found it great. Before that, I used iTalk, and would never recommend it to anybody. I also tried 2talk at one stage, and had a similar experience there.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 290551 16-Jan-2010 16:39
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If I did that, would I be able to keep my number? That is really the only thing keeping me there. On the other hand the number is useless as it is anyways.

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  Reply # 290556 16-Jan-2010 16:46
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If it is a regional number (Not an 028 number), you can port your number to another provider




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