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Topic # 59085 26-Mar-2010 10:34
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i got a txt from 7500 saying
Simon lawrence: easter sat we need 40 poeple to go to baypark taungra(chiefs). leave 2.30pm wud u b availbale? plse confirm bt midday this sat. Y/N. Simon

and other one from 7502
simon lawrence: can u work at crusaders game on friday nite ? plse confirm Y/N by 5 pm tuesday Thanz Simon.
and so on

i called 2d up to see if they can help me but they cannot want can i do




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  Reply # 311563 26-Mar-2010 10:51
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freitasm: Reply with STOP?


If Mauricio's suggestion doesn't work (and it should) then customer services can provide you with the contact number of the premium SMS partner providing this service.

Alternatively, it's on our web site here: http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/c/document_library/get_file?folderId=28350&name=DLFE-401.pdf&p_p_id=20




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freitasm: Reply with STOP?


If Mauricio's suggestion doesn't work (and it should) then customer services can provide you with the contact number of the premium SMS partner providing this service.

Alternatively, it's on our web site here: http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/c/document_library/get_file?folderId=28350&name=DLFE-401.pdf&p_p_id=20


Hmmmm, me has just noticed it's out of date. Hey-ho. I shall get someone onto it.




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  Reply # 311568 26-Mar-2010 11:04
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The OP must have subscribed to them to start with

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  Reply # 311582 26-Mar-2010 11:28
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freitasm: Nope, there isn't 7500 on that list. Not on Vodafone's list either.



An updated one will be going up shortly. It does have them in (I've just seen the new file).




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  Reply # 311592 26-Mar-2010 11:46
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cws82us: i got a txt from 7500 saying
Simon lawrence: easter sat we need 40 poeple to go to baypark taungra(chiefs). leave 2.30pm wud u b availbale? plse confirm bt midday this sat. Y/N. Simon

and other one from 7502
simon lawrence: can u work at crusaders game on friday nite ? plse confirm Y/N by 5 pm tuesday Thanz Simon.
and so on

i called 2d up to see if they can help me but they cannot want can i do


I'm guessing that's an automatic job text service used by the likes of Red Badge Security or similar?



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  Reply # 311602 26-Mar-2010 12:35
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24/03/2010 05:02:10 PM 202 Premium text 00:00 0.00 $0.20




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  Reply # 311613 26-Mar-2010 13:07
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cws82us: 24/03/2010 05:02:10 PM 202 Premium text 00:00 0.00 $0.20


Did you subscribe to these alerts??

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  Reply # 311616 26-Mar-2010 13:10
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johnr: The OP must have subscribed to them to start with


Not necessarily, it could be some automated system with the wrong phone number configured. For instance, in the last week, I’ve had about 5 texts from 768 that have nothing to do with me (containing peoples pin numbers and password details). I definitely haven't subscribed to anything to get these.

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Hmm - maybe, if it is a premium text that he has to pay for. Then again, there was some other thread in here from a long time ago where someone was signed up without actually signing up. I think it involved zollymonster, I'll have a look.
 

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  Reply # 311622 26-Mar-2010 13:37
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cws82us: 24/03/2010 05:02:10 PM 202 Premium text 00:00 0.00 $0.20


The range 7500 - 7504 are charge 20c MO, ie 20c if the message is replied to. There is no charge for receiving the message.




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  Reply # 311643 26-Mar-2010 15:03
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thank you openmedia for fixing this. Thank you




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