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Topic # 58098 7-Mar-2010 17:39

Does 2degrees have a service to block numbers? 

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  Reply # 307563 15-Mar-2010 21:59
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read my post above yours. in detail- no they never bothered.

thus- 2 Degree is the champion network of cell phone thieves

i think they just wanted to save money when they entered the market.

so rest assured, if you steal a phone, and it gets blocked, you can just sign up with 2 Degree!

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  Reply # 307574 15-Mar-2010 22:09
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Whoa... you obviously have some major beef with 2D.....




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  Reply # 307578 15-Mar-2010 22:11
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I think what the orginal question was caller ID block? Not that 2D let phones work on their network and not Vodafone's

If so #31# should work.

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Reply # 307582 15-Mar-2010 22:15
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cglass: read my post above yours. in detail- no they never bothered.

thus- 2 Degree is the champion network of cell phone thieves

i think they just wanted to save money when they entered the market.

so rest assured, if you steal a phone, and it gets blocked, you can just sign up with 2 Degree!


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  Reply # 307651 16-Mar-2010 07:04
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im pretty sure he meens block numbers from calling and txting you?





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  Reply # 307653 16-Mar-2010 07:11
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They might mean ClIR

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  Reply # 309168 19-Mar-2010 15:19
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I'm sure they would have a way to block stolen phones, but I'm not really planning to test that.




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