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  Reply # 262604 9-Oct-2009 08:05
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Sorry, I was being lasy.




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  Reply # 262934 9-Oct-2009 23:03
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so typing 6 letters in the google bar and pressing enter is less work then asking on a forum now?




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  Reply # 263176 10-Oct-2009 21:41
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*001# = Supplementary service error: Unexpected data value.



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  Reply # 263185 10-Oct-2009 22:17
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xor: *001# = Supplementary service error: Unexpected data value.


What handset was that with? Tried it fine on a nokia 1100 and a N97




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  Reply # 263218 11-Oct-2009 04:05
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I get "Network Error" with a vodafone-branded Sony Ericsson G502




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  Reply # 263471 12-Oct-2009 12:43
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It's not the brand of the phone that's the issue... the *001# is a free service which only works when you are in our coverage areas - Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown. If you are roaming on the Vodafone network it won't work and you will get one of those error codes appearing.





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