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  Reply # 378858 11-Sep-2010 21:35
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nicktmro: I have an 021 number that I ported from Voda to XT and I successfully activated FaceTime today. I am running iOS 4.1.?

Please note that until today I have constantly failed to activate FaceTime.?

Maybe what made it work for me was that I first went into settings -> Phone and removed the +64 from my number and left just the 021...

Just for the reference I activated FaceTime without having any WiFi coverage at the time!?


I've just done the same. Also an 021 number on XT. My friend with an 027 number on Vodafone still can't get it to activate.

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  Reply # 378863 11-Sep-2010 21:57
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Same. Ported 021 number to XT, worked today. Reset ALL settings and boom! It worked.

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  Reply # 378865 11-Sep-2010 21:59
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P.S I still have the +64 in front.

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  Reply # 378874 11-Sep-2010 22:34
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P.P.S

I tried this - http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4246 and it worked.

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  Reply # 378921 12-Sep-2010 08:46
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Cool mine works now as well. I didn't have to do anything just had to switch the activation switch on. I guess telecom sorted it out on their side.

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