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# 42624 7-Oct-2009 22:07
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Is there any text code or similar to find your 2degrees number? The pen I used has rubbed off and a couple of my sims dont have any credit on them. I dont really want to bother the call center over it.




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  # 262264 7-Oct-2009 22:09
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You can log into my 2degrees.




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  # 262265 7-Oct-2009 22:10
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Umm, I need the phone number to log into 2 degrees site so that doesnt really help me. I have a list of my numbers and I could try calling each one or sending a text to each one and shuffling them thru but thats more effort then texting something like you can on vodafone.




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# 262280 7-Oct-2009 23:48
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richms: Umm, I need the phone number to log into 2 degrees site so that doesnt really help me.

I'd forgotten about that (I guess that I'm used to using my email address with vodafone)




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  # 262297 8-Oct-2009 07:25
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If you have another mobile handy ring it and see what comes up on Caller ID

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  # 262300 8-Oct-2009 08:08
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DjShadow: If you have another mobile handy ring it and see what comes up on Caller ID



Dont you realise that the SIM's have no credit, so he cant.




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  # 262315 8-Oct-2009 09:16
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If you're really desperate you can call me at work (0800 number) and I'll read off the caller ID :P

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  # 262318 8-Oct-2009 09:21
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Give this a try:

Dial *001# from your mobile.

Your number should come up.




 
 
 
 


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  # 262381 8-Oct-2009 12:36
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Or even simpler just text another number and the number should show up!

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  # 262387 8-Oct-2009 12:45
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antbs: Or even simpler just text another number and the number should show up!


First post advises no credit

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johnr:
antbs: Or even simpler just text another number and the number should show up!


First post advises no credit


aha! Must learn to read the full post. *bangs head against desk*

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  # 262449 8-Oct-2009 16:34
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2degrees: Dial *001# from your mobile.

"Network problem"




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  # 262521 8-Oct-2009 20:13
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*001# worked on my phone. Came up MSISDN:6422 and rest of number after 22.

Found my old vodafone phone, that the sim chip expired in a few years back, so brought $2 one and all looking good, as small texter will start using once telecom credit near used up.
Also time auto update works, it never use to with vodafone, one little thing that made me prefer telecom.



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  # 262577 8-Oct-2009 23:45
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appears to do the trick nicely calling *001#




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rugrat: *001# worked on my phone. Came up MSISDN:6422 and rest of number after 22. 



I wonder what MSIDN stands for. Anybody know??????




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  # 262602 9-Oct-2009 07:59
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rugrat: *001# worked on my phone. Came up MSISDN:6422 and rest of number after 22.?



I wonder what MSIDN stands for. Anybody know??????


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