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Topic # 58957 24-Mar-2010 00:11
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I trye to sent a txt to westpac. B to 202 and got a message back saying this
You don’t have enough credit to send this text. Please top-up so you can keep texting.




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  Reply # 310486 24-Mar-2010 05:01
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and the issue is???

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  Reply # 310487 24-Mar-2010 05:57
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Seems quite simple really. As per here, you get 10 free alerts sent to you, but if you want more it costs whatever your provider charges per request.

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  Reply # 310490 24-Mar-2010 06:47
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Hi.
Sorry for any double postings. I have tried to delete but it doesn't seem to have happenned
The issue is that in the link above Westpac advise that it costs your providers normal yext charges to send a text to 202. I take this tomean that it will either be free (Magic Top up or 9c. 2 degrees however charge for texts to 202 as a premimum text at 30c

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  Reply # 310493 24-Mar-2010 07:00
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