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Topic # 93826 30-Nov-2011 13:02
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I have an 021 number on 2degrees, and I have a friend on Vodafone. Txt messages he sent to me since Saturday almost never arrive, messages I send to him sometimes arrive. This morning a text he sent me worked, and my reply got to him, but then an hour later another txt didn't arrive. He uses a cheap android phone, but I can see the text messages in his sent folder.

Txt messages to my girlfriend who's also on Vodafone seem fine.

Is anyone else having similar problems?




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  Reply # 551793 30-Nov-2011 13:12
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Hi Tim

Can you PM me the details of the delayed texts? Time/date, your mate's #, location when sending of you and your mate?

Also has he raised the issue with Vodafone?

Cheers
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  Reply # 551799 30-Nov-2011 13:19
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Email sent. He hasn't raised the issue with Vodafone and he won't because he doesn't care enough, he'll just use his other phone, the 2degrees one reaches me fine.




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