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Topic # 132326 17-Oct-2013 18:53
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In the last few months we've started getting broken texts from my brother in the UK, or missing texts all together. Very confusing as often we get the 2nd text, not the 1st one... Or in many cases got strange broken texts, showing the beginning & end of the message, but not the middle.

This is a new problem as we've been with 2Degrees for years, & sent & received texts from UK with no problems. And it's using different phones too. At the moment we have Samsung Galaxy s3 & s4, & iPhone5 too.

Has anyone else come across this? Any ideas? I'm asking my brother for his mobile provider details too.


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  Reply # 916754 17-Oct-2013 22:06
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Is your brother using Android?

iPad Pro 11" + iPhone SE + 2degrees 4tw!


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  Reply # 917193 18-Oct-2013 20:04
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Yes. Brother is using android, Galaxy s2. And he just told me his company is GiffGaff, but they have agreements with bigger company O2.


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  Reply # 919544 22-Oct-2013 09:42
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Hi Carter

Please can you PM me some details so we can look into it -

Your number
Your brothers number
Time/date of when he sent them, the most recent the better.


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