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Topic # 42691 8-Oct-2009 22:17
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I have tried to text people on various networks and from what I can gather, people on Telecom cannot recieve texts from me. I can ring people on Telecom, and I can text and ring people on Vodafone but Telecom users simply cannot recieve my texts.

Any ideas as to why?

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  Reply # 262596 9-Oct-2009 07:31
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I just tried sending a text from my 2degrees SIM card on to my Telecom XT phone and it worked fine. I would suggest you get in contact with 2degrees care (0800 022 022).




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  Reply # 262598 9-Oct-2009 07:46
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This may be part of an issue in which messages are being delayed from the vodafone network (which may include roaming from 2degrees customers) to telecom networks. Best idea is to call 0800 022 022 or 200 on your 2degrees phone and talk to a customer rep.





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 262808 9-Oct-2009 16:03
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Hmm well it seemed to work when I sent one today. Maybe the problems cleared up? I'll give them a call if I experience any more issues though.

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Reply # 262826 9-Oct-2009 16:42
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thefatmould: This may be part of an issue in which messages are being delayed from the vodafone network (which may include roaming from 2degrees customers) to telecom networks. Best idea is to call 0800 022 022 or 200 on your 2degrees phone and talk to a customer rep.


This was not a Vodafone issue thanks

The SMS were delivered to Vodafone mobile numbers in seconds once they were getting to the Vodafone SMSR

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  Reply # 262829 9-Oct-2009 16:45
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johnr:
thefatmould: This may be part of an issue in which messages are being delayed from the vodafone network (which may include roaming from 2degrees customers) to telecom networks. Best idea is to call 0800 022 022 or 200 on your 2degrees phone and talk to a customer rep.


This was not a Vodafone issue thanks

The SMS were delivered to Vodafone mobile numbers in seconds once they were getting to the Vodafone SMSR

John



This is Dejavu, I have heard this before on geekzone from johnr.




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  Reply # 262830 9-Oct-2009 16:49
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Yes there was a issue approx 9 days ago this is now resolved

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  Reply # 262924 9-Oct-2009 22:41
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Last night the delay was approx 5 mins, but thats certainly not non delivery. Nor do i blame Vodafone!

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Reply # 262928 9-Oct-2009 22:51
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tritex: Last night the delay was approx 5 mins, but thats certainly not non delivery. Nor do i blame Vodafone!


Just over a week ago it was sometimes 2 days

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