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Topic # 109080 12-Sep-2012 09:57
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Hi

Can anyone let me know what networks in the US that can be called or texted from a 2 degrees mobile in NZ?

Thanks in advance.

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  Reply # 684785 12-Sep-2012 10:02
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Calling - any of them should work.

Texting - according to 2D only AT&T and T-Mobile have "set themselves up" to receive SMS from 2 Degrees.

I do know SMS to/from Verizon Wireless works fine, for me.

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  Reply # 684791 12-Sep-2012 10:23
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  Reply # 685096 12-Sep-2012 16:56
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Thanks for the help guys..

If you've got an 022 number then SMS should work ok between all networks. A problem may exist if you port your 021, 027 or 020 etc number into 2degrees.

 http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/texting-with-people-overseas 

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