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# 40492 29-Aug-2009 19:53
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This has been escalated to the 2 degrees IT department, but any ideas here as to why would my Nokia phone say "Number not in use" or "Failed" when trying to send an SMS to a +62878 number? (Indonesia).


We have successfully sent a message to this number ONCE, but subsequently have only had fails.


It fails on TRYING to send - it is not a non-delivery issue at the other end.


I have received an SMS from this particular number in reply, and have been trying unsuccessfully to reply to the said SMS.


If it makes any difference we are in Dunedin so roaming on Vodafone.


Sending to this number from Vodafone has been fine.

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  # 251611 29-Aug-2009 20:01
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DA



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  # 251614 29-Aug-2009 20:11
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Sorry??

 
 
 
 


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  # 251615 29-Aug-2009 20:13
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digital analysis not on SMSR / SMSC I guess

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  # 251655 30-Aug-2009 04:48
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What providor is it?




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  # 251658 30-Aug-2009 05:20
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As per forum and OP this is with 2 degrees but roaming on vodafone if that makes any difference.

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  # 251737 30-Aug-2009 14:15
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What provider are you trying to send to?




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  # 251740 30-Aug-2009 14:31
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Sorry unsure. It is Indonesia +62878...

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