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  # 244859 10-Aug-2009 17:20
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Four_seven: I'd also like to ask about the twitter integration


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And If 2dm haven't fixed up 'Your 2degrees' by Friday could you ask when it will be?

Also about the picking your own number issues,
Is there any time frame for releasing the numbers?




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  # 244864 10-Aug-2009 17:30
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When are you going to fix the problem with voicemail. A friend activated his 022 SIM and wanted voice mail switched off. When he discovered his voicemail was not switched switched off he was informed by customer care that there was a software glitch and voicemail cannot be switched off. Until this fault is fixed is 2 degrees going to refund the cost to callers when a connection is made when his phone is switched off.?

 
 
 
 


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  # 244881 10-Aug-2009 17:59
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ajw: When are you going to fix the problem with voicemail. A friend activated his 022 SIM and wanted voice mail switched off. When he discovered his voicemail was not switched switched off he was informed by customer care that there was a software glitch and voicemail cannot be switched off. Until this fault is fixed is 2 degrees going to refund the cost to callers when a connection is made when his phone is switched off.?


I know this is not a discussion thread, but the answer to this question is you can turn voicemail off yourself. Dial '202' then choose option 3, then option 8.




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  # 244882 10-Aug-2009 18:02
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n4:
ajw: When are you going to fix the problem with voicemail. A friend activated his 022 SIM and wanted voice mail switched off. When he discovered his voicemail was not switched switched off he was informed by customer care that there was a software glitch and voicemail cannot be switched off. Until this fault is fixed is 2 degrees going to refund the cost to callers when a connection is made when his phone is switched off.?


I know this is not a discussion thread, but the answer to this question is you can turn voicemail off yourself. Dial '202' then choose option 3, then option 8.


This is what he did but voicemail was still activated. 2 Degees customer services advised him there was a software fault on their network

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  # 244886 10-Aug-2009 18:07
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Works fine for me.

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  # 245087 11-Aug-2009 09:26
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Wait 2 degrees will be sold to telstra? how could you even know this?

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  # 245089 11-Aug-2009 09:31
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When will there be a Postpaid (ie account) option on 2d?

 
 
 
 


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  # 245115 11-Aug-2009 10:32
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coopastank: Wait 2 degrees will be sold to telstra? how could you even know this?


wot the????? you serious?????? i wonder if we will go back to square one after this? trio-poly?

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  # 245116 11-Aug-2009 10:34
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Oli-trigopoly ha awesome

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  # 245120 11-Aug-2009 10:57
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nakedmolerat:
coopastank: Wait 2 degrees will be sold to telstra? how could you even know this?


wot the????? you serious?????? i wonder if we will go back to square one after this? trio-poly?


It is not true and is nothing more than pure speculation.

A startup the size of 2degrees would almost certainly have an exit plan - that would typically be to sell out after 3 years to somebody bigger.

With the tieups between 2degrees and  Optus and the interest Telstra could have in their own network here in NZ they would both be logical buyers should the equity partners did want to exit the business.

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  # 245126 11-Aug-2009 11:10
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freitasm: What part of "questions only" did you guys didn't understand?



It seemes like a very simple concept but I guess some people struggle...

Maybe there needs to be a "2degrees buy-out conspiracy" thread?

And so as not to seem like I cannot understand the concept I will as another question:  What percent of the market do 2d hope/aim to have in 1 years time?

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  # 245133 11-Aug-2009 11:23
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When will 2D offer services similar to Vodafones BestMates/Family addons for worry free calling to frequently dialed numbers?

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  # 245152 11-Aug-2009 12:05
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The most important question of all:

Will Rhys Darby continue to do your advertising?




 

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  # 245170 11-Aug-2009 12:37
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simon14: When will 2D offer services similar to Vodafones BestMates/Family addons for worry free calling to frequently dialed numbers?



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