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Topic # 84443 31-May-2011 13:29
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Does it make any difference if I use the +6422 etc number for voicemail over the 202 number? ie am I charged more for the+6422 number?

I put that number into my Nokia phone as the voicemail quick dial and can't work out how to change it. Tips on how to do that would be welcome too :)




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  Reply # 476209 31-May-2011 13:54
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Either is fine.




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  Reply # 476214 31-May-2011 14:02
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Thanks :)




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  Reply # 476269 31-May-2011 16:00
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The +64 means you can ring vmail whilst overseas (where you will of course be charged more)



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  Reply # 476287 31-May-2011 16:49
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Yeah I know that's what +64 is for, I just wondered if the 022123456 (whatever) vs 202 made a difference in how it was charged or something.




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