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#150326 18-Jul-2014 17:05
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Greetings fellow 2D customers. I received a message yesterday saying that I missed a call from +00 The number the message was from is displayed as 0000, rather than the usual 2degrees such as 200, 201, etc.

Has anyone else received these messages and if so do you have any ideas as to who they are from. I am thinking it could be an international number because of the +00. Usually when I miss a call it either shows the number, contact or simply says 'unknown number'. Never had one like this before.

Really appreciate any assistance. Thanks in advance.

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  #1091589 18-Jul-2014 17:08
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International calls sometimes comes through as 0000

The text is likely replacing the first two zero's as a + (As in NZ, the IDD code is 00).




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  #1091630 18-Jul-2014 18:37
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0000 is a standard CID in NZ for international numbers that don't have CID present.


 
 
 
 


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  #1091647 18-Jul-2014 18:45
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Uusally these calls are scams calls when that number comes through on landlines

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  #1091655 18-Jul-2014 18:59
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Or its google giving you the code for 2 factor.

Many times I have been too slow turning blocking mode off on my phone so google gets rejected to voicemail and you cant just click something to make them call again on the same number which is annoying.





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