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# 38951 6-Aug-2009 16:31
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022 022 8378

test yr PABX if it can reach 2degrees

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  # 243603 6-Aug-2009 18:12
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Does this number cost money to call?

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  # 243607 6-Aug-2009 18:15
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It's a mobile number so it would cost $

 
 
 
 


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  # 243610 6-Aug-2009 18:21
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Well it is a test number so I wondered if there was some special arrangement.

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  # 243613 6-Aug-2009 18:25
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iam: 022 022 8378

test yr PABX if it can reach 2degrees



Sorry for being such a douchebag but what does this do?

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  # 243614 6-Aug-2009 18:28
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Yes, there are special arrangements. Advertise the number so that as many people as possible test it and the cell phone companies make lots of money ;-).




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  # 243615 6-Aug-2009 18:31
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Number has a recorded message. People can use it to test there PABX phone systems to make sure 022 call can go through it.
Or to make sure their phone provider has a connection agreement (like my phone provider world exchange who does not!)

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  # 243617 6-Aug-2009 18:32
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cool thanks

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  # 243626 6-Aug-2009 18:50
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Almost better to just call a 2 degrees number then :p

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  # 243639 6-Aug-2009 19:18
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The number was set up before all the SIM's were sent out. And saves saying to person you rang "it's only a test"

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