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Topic # 214476 13-May-2017 18:49
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My wife has a brand new account with 2Degrees. Every thing appears to work well except she can't receive calls from Spark mobiles. I can call her from my Vodafone mobile and it works fine with other 2Dgrees mobiles. She can ring Spark mobiles okay.

When a Spark mobile calls her it gets a number unobtainable tone ( or something lie that).

We have tried contacting both Spark and 2Degrees to get it fixed. 2Degrees says the phone is fine. Spark says the number hasn't been allocated.

How do I get 'this resolved?

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  Reply # 1781739 13-May-2017 18:57
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Did your wife port her number in? If so, let me know and we'll contact Spark's porting team to check.




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  Reply # 1781755 13-May-2017 19:47
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The number wasn't ported. It's a new number from 2Degrees. However the number must have been previously in use as my wife was receiving calls and texts for someone else for the first few days.

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  Reply # 1783173 16-May-2017 15:02
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Hi, if anyone else is experiencing this issue please PM us your number, phone make/model and 4 digit PIN and the details on what network you're not receiving calls or texts from. 

 

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  Reply # 1785128 20-May-2017 13:12
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Reminds me of a situation a year or two back when i used my 2degees mobile to ring my sons 2degrees mobile and got an auto reply from telecom saying that the number did not exist, happened a few times, always in the same district.


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