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Topic # 83527 18-May-2011 06:15
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A couple of issues with int roaming? It seems odd that I still get txt about roaming after buying a data pack? To the point of being spammed actually :)
Each data conn generates 5 txts, one of which states $30 the other the correct amount. However, the $2.50 tst states to join by 'BUY ROAM (sIZE)' which is incorrect. (tried, didnt work)
The web site states 'buy int10mb' which does work!

I guess it can be beneficial to be reminded of dats cost regularly, but as each txt must have a cost to the provider, Id rather reap the benefits of saving that money myself ;)

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  Reply # 470423 18-May-2011 10:40
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SpookyAwol: A couple of issues with int roaming? It seems odd that I still get txt about roaming after buying a data pack? To the point of being spammed actually :)

Each data conn generates 5 txts, one of which states $30 the other the correct amount. However, the $2.50 tst states to join by 'BUY ROAM (sIZE)' which is incorrect. (tried, didnt work)

The web site states 'buy int10mb' which does work!



I guess it can be beneficial to be reminded of dats cost regularly, but as each txt must have a cost to the provider, Id rather reap the benefits of saving that money myself ;)


Hi, can you PM your number, exact location in the US, network you're roaming on, phone make/model and name and address in NZ (for authentication).

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  Reply # 470439 18-May-2011 11:52
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Will do, Ill try and find a wifi spot later in the day so I dont blow all my data on the full size GZ web site :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 470455 18-May-2011 12:24
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If you are using the full Geekzone on a mobile device then you won't get any ads or scripts - pages are a lot lighter.

Here, I am also throwing in a sub so you don't have ads on the full site on the full browser either.







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  Reply # 470556 18-May-2011 15:16
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yeah, the m. Site is pretty efficient, doesnt pm though :)

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  Reply # 470569 18-May-2011 15:37
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If you are on the m and want to use the full site just tap on the link at the bottom of the pages. You won't get any ads by default (being on mobile) so it's quite fast anyway.

I have added a subscription to your account so you won't get ads on the main site when you use a laptop while over there ;)







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  Reply # 471509 20-May-2011 12:07
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Cheers for that, Ive contacted im via email with some details. I think Im logging 60+ txts a day reminding me of data charges :-)
Seems to have waned a little today though.

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