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Topic # 103402 6-Jun-2012 15:05
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Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua 

Seems to be place holder text, but I think I might translate it to be "we like you so much as a customer, we would like to give you free data for 2 years, does 3GB a month sound good"

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  Reply # 636738 6-Jun-2012 15:36
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semigeek: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua 

Seems to be place holder text, but I think I might translate it to be "we like you so much as a customer, we would like to give you free data for 2 years, does 3GB a month sound good"

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How about "We have the brightest customers, so we send them this one in Latin" 

Thanks for the feedback, we're looking into it. :|

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  Reply # 636741 6-Jun-2012 15:43
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It's a very long story. Suffice to say that --

a) It is part of the autopurchase process
b) You're not supposed to ever get it delivered to your handset
c) A fix was done for the no/double value pack purchase problem
d) This seems to be a side-effect of that change, which we still have not pin pointed
e) It didn't do it in test :-/

In the short term we figure the odd extra text is much less of a problem than the no/double purchase problem we were trying to fix. So it will be like that till we can nail it although we might - ahem - disguise the errant message by making it look like another one so it appears to be a duplicate rather than a random text.

SaltyNZ glad the message text he specified was Lorum Ipsum and not 'IF YOU CAN READ THIS WE FAILED'.




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  Reply # 636747 6-Jun-2012 15:51
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semigeek: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua 

Seems to be place holder text, but I think I might translate it to be "we like you so much as a customer, we would like to give you free data for 2 years, does 3GB a month sound good"

Smile




How about "We have the brightest customers, so we send them this one in Latin" 

Thanks for the feedback, we're looking into it. :|

^POB







I still like my version better :) but it was no problem really, things happen. 

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  Reply # 637039 6-Jun-2012 23:05
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Wikipedia is greater! ; )

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lorem_ipsum

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  Reply # 637086 7-Jun-2012 07:28
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SaltyNZ: SaltyNZ glad the message text he specified was Lorum Ipsum and not 'IF YOU CAN READ THIS WE FAILED'.


That would've been much funnier though ;)




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