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Uber Geek
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Topic # 66756 23-Aug-2010 09:37

Hey there, 

I used to think this was not a problem, but that was only because I had ported my number from vf-xt > 2degrees... being able to register/authenticate my facebook account with my 022 number is pretty much impossible. 

To suggest to facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=carrier_suggestions

 And you can always try the one-way international SMS number for twitter...+44 762 4801423

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  Reply # 371492 23-Aug-2010 13:54
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whats a one way international sms number for? :S





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  Reply # 371962 24-Aug-2010 09:30
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From the Twitter website:

If your country doesn't have a two-way short code, as listed above, you may still be able to use Twitter on your phone via our one-way international long codes. Please keep in mind that if you're using this number to access Twitter, you will only be able to send messages that will post as Tweets; you will not be able to receive any Tweets to your phone via this number. This is why we call it a "one-way" code.




 

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