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Old 05-28-2007, 01:54 PM
Dan
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Default New 07700 number range

I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.

It's been set-up as a call through number:

07700 090 974

It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.

Dan


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Old 06-01-2007, 08:40 AM
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Default Re: New 07700 number range

Dan wrote:
> I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> It's been set-up as a call through number:
> 07700 090 974
> It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.


I found a really useful page of the vodafone website, and it lists all
other 07 number ranges which are chargeable, shame the other network
don't have a full list like this, but it looks as though 07700 are not
included, then again hardly anything has been inclusive on vodafone.

It states upto 40p/min for 07700 on vodafone, but if you find
different to say.

Dan


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Old 06-01-2007, 08:41 AM
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Default Re: New 07700 number range

Dan wrote:
> I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> It's been set-up as a call through number:
> 07700 090 974
> It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.


I found a really useful page of the vodafone website, and it lists all
other 07 number ranges which are chargeable, shame the other network
don't have a full list like this, but it looks as though 07700 are not
included, then again hardly anything has been inclusive on vodafone.

It states upto 40p/min for 07700 on vodafone, but if you find
differentt do say.

Dan


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Old 06-01-2007, 08:41 AM
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Default Re: New 07700 number range

Dan wrote:
> I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> It's been set-up as a call through number:
> 07700 090 974
> It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.


I found a really useful page of the vodafone website, and it lists all
other 07 number ranges which are chargeable, shame the other network
don't have a full list like this, but it looks as though 07700 are not
included, then again hardly anything has been inclusive on vodafone.

It states upto 40p/min for 07700 on vodafone, but if you find
different do say.

Dan


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Old 06-01-2007, 10:08 AM
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"Dan" <dan@u.genie.co.uk> wrote in message
news:1180687287.068930.101610@o5g2000hsb.googlegro ups.com...
> Dan wrote:
>> I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
>> It's been set-up as a call through number:
>> 07700 090 974
>> It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
>> know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
>> come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.

>
> I found a really useful page of the vodafone website, and it lists all
> other 07 number ranges which are chargeable, shame the other network
> don't have a full list like this, but it looks as though 07700 are not
> included, then again hardly anything has been inclusive on vodafone.
>
> It states upto 40p/min for 07700 on vodafone, but if you find
> different do say.
>
> Dan
>


It would appear that there aren't any mobile numbers for dialthrough, which
are inclusive on all networks (out of allowance), then?



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Old 06-01-2007, 11:12 AM
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Default Re: New 07700 number range

Anti Spam Bloke wrote:
> "Dan" <dan@u.genie.co.uk> wrote in message
> news:1180687287.068930.101610@o5g2000hsb.googlegro ups.com...
> > Dan wrote:
> >> I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> >> It's been set-up as a call through number:
> >> 07700 090 974
> >> It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> >> know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> >> come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.

> > I found a really useful page of the vodafone website, and it lists all
> > other 07 number ranges which are chargeable, shame the other network
> > don't have a full list like this, but it looks as though 07700 are not
> > included, then again hardly anything has been inclusive on vodafone.
> > It states upto 40p/min for 07700 on vodafone, but if you find
> > different do say.

>
> It would appear that there aren't any mobile numbers for dialthrough, which
> are inclusive on all networks (out of allowance), then?


There are, for example pre-dial.com which use standard mobile numbers,
though they have limited destinations and are only available during
off-peak times.

Dan


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Old 06-01-2007, 11:27 AM
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"Dan" <dan@u.genie.co.uk> wrote in message
news:1180696337.125312.265590@q69g2000hsb.googlegr oups.com...
> Anti Spam Bloke wrote:
>> "Dan" <dan@u.genie.co.uk> wrote in message
>> news:1180687287.068930.101610@o5g2000hsb.googlegro ups.com...
>> > Dan wrote:
>> >> I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
>> >> It's been set-up as a call through number:
>> >> 07700 090 974
>> >> It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
>> >> know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
>> >> come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.
>> > I found a really useful page of the vodafone website, and it lists all
>> > other 07 number ranges which are chargeable, shame the other network
>> > don't have a full list like this, but it looks as though 07700 are not
>> > included, then again hardly anything has been inclusive on vodafone.
>> > It states upto 40p/min for 07700 on vodafone, but if you find
>> > different do say.

>>
>> It would appear that there aren't any mobile numbers for dialthrough,
>> which
>> are inclusive on all networks (out of allowance), then?

>
> There are, for example pre-dial.com which use standard mobile numbers,
> though they have limited destinations and are only available during
> off-peak times.
>
> Dan
>


Thanks for that. My wife needs one for dialling Far East, but of course it
should come out of her inclusive minutes.

Dan, it baffles me as to how you made any profit from the geographic
dialthrough, or was it simply 'excess minutes' being used up?



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Old 06-02-2007, 11:42 AM
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Anti Spam Bloke wrote:
> "Dan" <dan@u.genie.co.uk> wrote in message
> news:1180696337.125312.265590@q69g2000hsb.googlegr oups.com...
> > Anti Spam Bloke wrote:
> >> "Dan" <dan@u.genie.co.uk> wrote in message
> >> news:1180687287.068930.101610@o5g2000hsb.googlegro ups.com...
> >> > Dan wrote:
> >> >> I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> >> >> It's been set-up as a call through number:
> >> >> 07700 090 974
> >> >> It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> >> >> know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> >> >> come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.
> >> > I found a really useful page of the vodafone website, and it lists all
> >> > other 07 number ranges which are chargeable, shame the other network
> >> > don't have a full list like this, but it looks as though 07700 are not
> >> > included, then again hardly anything has been inclusive on vodafone.
> >> > It states upto 40p/min for 07700 on vodafone, but if you find
> >> > different do say.
> >>
> >> It would appear that there aren't any mobile numbers for dialthrough,
> >> which
> >> are inclusive on all networks (out of allowance), then?

> >
> > There are, for example pre-dial.com which use standard mobile numbers,
> > though they have limited destinations and are only available during
> > off-peak times.
> >
> > Dan
> >

>
> Thanks for that. My wife needs one for dialling Far East, but of course it
> should come out of her inclusive minutes.
>
> Dan, it baffles me as to how you made any profit from the geographic
> dialthrough, or was it simply 'excess minutes' being used up?


Its pre-dial which runs the geo number not myself.
If you can post the tariff you use, and where your calling I would
have something to go on, but one solution could be these 07700
numbers!

I have just found out something rather interesting, it seems o2 are
treating these numbers as landlines like 0870/0844 etc or o2 mobiles.
I had gone over my minutes for last month and 07700 calls were being
billed at 10p/min which on my tariff is the landline or on-net rate,
this was for peak and off-peak calls.

So these calls could well be included in o2 off-peak on-net only plans
too.

Even better if you get you own 07700 number you get paid for calls
made to and from it, and you can make international calls and even
calls to other uk mobiles using it!

See www.free-tel.co.uk if you want a free 07700 number.

Dan


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Old 06-05-2007, 12:53 PM
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Dan wrote:
> I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> It's been set-up as a call through number:
> 07700 090 974
> It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.


This call through number has now been turned off, to get your own
number, and earn money on calls you make and receive see www.free-tel.co.uk

Dan


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Old 06-05-2007, 10:15 PM
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Default Re: New 07700 number range

On Jun 5, 1:53 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> Dan wrote:
> > I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> > It's been set-up as a call through number:
> >07700090 974
> > It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> > know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> > come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.

>
> This call through number has now been turned off, to get your own
> number, and earn money on calls you make and receive seewww.free-tel.co.uk
>
> Dan


I can't say I think much of your abuse of members here, and failing to
disclose your interest

Just how much money did you earn from it? And whyt was it ended?


Why not name the service behind it, instead of setting up your next
affiliate scheme?


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Old 06-06-2007, 09:04 AM
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andy wrote:
> On Jun 5, 1:53 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > Dan wrote:
> > > I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> > > It's been set-up as a call through number:
> > >07700090 974
> > > It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> > > know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> > > come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.

> > This call through number has now been turned off, to get your own
> > number, and earn money on calls you make and receive see www.free-tel.co.uk

>
> I can't say I think much of your abuse of members here, and failing to
> disclose your interest
> Just how much money did you earn from it? And whyt was it ended?
> Why not name the service behind it, instead of setting up your next
> affiliate scheme?


I have to disagree, to say I have abused members is very harsh indeed.
A test number was set-up for people to try that's all.

Noodle Telecom run the service, and believe the company behind them
are Wire9 Telecom.
Contact numbers for Noodle are 0870 1757678 or 07700 090000.

When you have an account, they allow you to refer others, and earn a
small amount on there calls.
Also it's possible to dial 07744 access numbers through the noodle
service, so if your on o2 you can get free 07744 calls.

Dan


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Old 06-06-2007, 12:56 PM
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On Jun 6, 10:04 am, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> andy wrote:
> > On Jun 5, 1:53 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > Dan wrote:
> > > > I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> > > > It's been set-up as a call through number:
> > > >07700090 974
> > > > It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> > > > know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> > > > come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.
> > > This call through number has now been turned off, to get your own
> > > number, and earn money on calls you make and receive seewww.free-tel.co.uk

>
> > I can't say I think much of your abuse of members here, and failing to
> > disclose your interest
> > Just how much money did you earn from it? And whyt was it ended?
> > Why not name the service behind it, instead of setting up your next
> > affiliate scheme?

>
> I have to disagree, to say I have abused members is very harsh indeed.
> A test number was set-up for people to try that's all.
>
> Noodle Telecom run the service, and believe the company behind them
> are Wire9 Telecom.
> Contact numbers for Noodle are 0870 1757678 or07700090000.
>
> When you have an account, they allow you to refer others, and earn a
> small amount on there calls.
> Also it's possible to dial 07744 access numbers through the noodle
> service, so if your on o2 you can get free 07744 calls.
>
> Dan- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -


Quit the lies

Ok, you've named the service at last, but ...

You've still not disclosed to members here that you were earning 2
pence a minute from this abusive call diversion, playing off these two
telecom companies against each other until such calls were barred

The claim that 07744 numbers are reachable via this service is now no
longer true, and it would appear that you are the person responsible
for this.

I don't think you were either clever as you think or quick on the
uptake, as I privately forecast to friends on a forum elsewhere that
someone would try it on like this and get it all blocked.

That was about a month ago, during which time you could have
researched which networks had these numbers from inclusive minutes,
instead of your selfish arrogance in letting people incur 40 pence a
minute charges to stick tuppence in your pockets.

This newsgroup is about people helping each other exchange useful
information, not selfish twats like you earning money from those who
don't yet know.


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Old 06-06-2007, 02:24 PM
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On Jun 6, 1:56 pm, andy <andy.gg...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> On Jun 6, 10:04 am, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > andy wrote:
> > > On Jun 5, 1:53 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > Dan wrote:
> > > > > I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> > > > > It's been set-up as a call through number:
> > > > >07700090 974
> > > > > It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> > > > > know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> > > > > come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.
> > > > This call through number has now been turned off, to get your own
> > > > number, and earn money on calls you make and receive seewww.free-tel.co.uk

>
> > > I can't say I think much of your abuse of members here, and failing to
> > > disclose your interest
> > > Just how much money did you earn from it? And whyt was it ended?
> > > Why not name the service behind it, instead of setting up your next
> > > affiliate scheme?

>
> > I have to disagree, to say I have abused members is very harsh indeed.
> > A test number was set-up for people to try that's all.

>
> > Noodle Telecom run the service, and believe the company behind them
> > are Wire9 Telecom.
> > Contact numbers for Noodle are 0870 1757678 or07700090000.

>
> > When you have an account, they allow you to refer others, and earn a
> > small amount on there calls.
> > Also it's possible to dial 07744 access numbers through the noodle
> > service, so if your on o2 you can get free 07744 calls.

>
> > Dan- Hide quoted text -

>
> > - Show quoted text -

>
> Quit the lies
>
> Ok, you've named the service at last, but ...
>
> You've still not disclosed to members here that you were earning 2
> pence a minute from this abusive call diversion, playing off these two
> telecom companies against each other until such calls were barred
>
> The claim that 07744 numbers are reachable via this service is now no
> longer true, and it would appear that you are the person responsible
> for this.
>
> I don't think you were either clever as you think or quick on the
> uptake, as I privately forecast to friends on a forum elsewhere that
> someone would try it on like this and get it all blocked.
>
> That was about a month ago, during which time you could have
> researched which networks had these numbers from inclusive minutes,
> instead of your selfish arrogance in letting people incur 40 pence a
> minute charges to stick tuppence in your pockets.
>
> This newsgroup is about people helping each other exchange useful
> information, not selfish twats like you earning money from those who
> don't yet know.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -


Well, sonce that reply, Dan seems to have wound his neck in even
further

To clarify some issues mentioned above -

I've read on other forums that T-mobile are temporarily blocking these
numbers. I'd imagine that is being worked on

About Vodafone tariffs: their website mentions 07700 as chargeable,
but this is probably because other 07700x numbers are Jersey Telecom,
and Voda don't intend for CI/IoM mobiles to come from inclusive
minutes. I'm told that 077000 numbers will not be charged separately
by Vodafone, but am not in a position to check that for now.



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Old 06-06-2007, 02:45 PM
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andy wrote:
> On Jun 6, 10:04 am, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > andy wrote:
> > > On Jun 5, 1:53 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > Dan wrote:
> > > > > I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> > > > > It's been set-up as a call through number:
> > > > >07700090 974
> > > > > It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> > > > > know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> > > > > come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.
> > > > This call through number has now been turned off, to get your own
> > > > number, and earn money on calls you make and receive seewww.free-tel.co.uk

> >
> > > I can't say I think much of your abuse of members here, and failing to
> > > disclose your interest
> > > Just how much money did you earn from it? And whyt was it ended?
> > > Why not name the service behind it, instead of setting up your next
> > > affiliate scheme?

> >
> > I have to disagree, to say I have abused members is very harsh indeed.
> > A test number was set-up for people to try that's all.
> >
> > Noodle Telecom run the service, and believe the company behind them
> > are Wire9 Telecom.
> > Contact numbers for Noodle are 0870 1757678 or07700090000.
> >
> > When you have an account, they allow you to refer others, and earn a
> > small amount on there calls.
> > Also it's possible to dial 07744 access numbers through the noodle
> > service, so if your on o2 you can get free 07744 calls.
> >
> > Dan- Hide quoted text -
> >
> > - Show quoted text -

>
> Quit the lies
>
> Ok, you've named the service at last, but ...
>
> You've still not disclosed to members here that you were earning 2
> pence a minute from this abusive call diversion, playing off these two
> telecom companies against each other until such calls were barred
>
> The claim that 07744 numbers are reachable via this service is now no
> longer true, and it would appear that you are the person responsible
> for this.
>
> I don't think you were either clever as you think or quick on the
> uptake, as I privately forecast to friends on a forum elsewhere that
> someone would try it on like this and get it all blocked.
>
> That was about a month ago, during which time you could have
> researched which networks had these numbers from inclusive minutes,
> instead of your selfish arrogance in letting people incur 40 pence a
> minute charges to stick tuppence in your pockets.
>
> This newsgroup is about people helping each other exchange useful
> information, not selfish twats like you earning money from those who
> don't yet know.


I'm disgusted with your comments, I assure you I've helped many here,
and all this over a few pence.


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Old 06-06-2007, 03:09 PM
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On Jun 6, 3:45 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> andy wrote:
> > On Jun 6, 10:04 am, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > andy wrote:
> > > > On Jun 5, 1:53 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > > Dan wrote:
> > > > > > I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> > > > > > It's been set-up as a call through number:
> > > > > >07700090 974
> > > > > > It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> > > > > > know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> > > > > > come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.
> > > > > This call through number has now been turned off, to get your own
> > > > > number, and earn money on calls you make and receive seewww.free-tel.co.uk

>
> > > > I can't say I think much of your abuse of members here, and failing to
> > > > disclose your interest
> > > > Just how much money did you earn from it? And whyt was it ended?
> > > > Why not name the service behind it, instead of setting up your next
> > > > affiliate scheme?

>
> > > I have to disagree, to say I have abused members is very harsh indeed.
> > > A test number was set-up for people to try that's all.

>
> > > Noodle Telecom run the service, and believe the company behind them
> > > are Wire9 Telecom.
> > > Contact numbers for Noodle are 0870 1757678 or07700090000.

>
> > > When you have an account, they allow you to refer others, and earn a
> > > small amount on there calls.
> > > Also it's possible to dial 07744 access numbers through the noodle
> > > service, so if your on o2 you can get free 07744 calls.

>
> > > Dan- Hide quoted text -

>
> > > - Show quoted text -

>
> > Quit the lies

>
> > Ok, you've named the service at last, but ...

>
> > You've still not disclosed to members here that you were earning 2
> > pence a minute from this abusive call diversion, playing off these two
> > telecom companies against each other until such calls were barred

>
> > The claim that 07744 numbers are reachable via this service is now no
> > longer true, and it would appear that you are the person responsible
> > for this.

>
> > I don't think you were either clever as you think or quick on the
> > uptake, as I privately forecast to friends on a forum elsewhere that
> > someone would try it on like this and get it all blocked.

>
> > That was about a month ago, during which time you could have
> > researched which networks had these numbers from inclusive minutes,
> > instead of your selfish arrogance in letting people incur 40 pence a
> > minute charges to stick tuppence in your pockets.

>
> > This newsgroup is about people helping each other exchange useful
> > information, not selfish twats like you earning money from those who
> > don't yet know.

>
> I'm disgusted with your comments, I assure you I've helped many here,
> and all this over a few pence.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -


Again distortion - altruism could not have been further away from your
motives

You didn't recommend Noodle by name, but only set this up to collect
money off people here, and only changed tack to try to continue to do
so when you discovered your first wheeze only lasted a few days.

Whilst there are or have been possibilities that arise by using two
companies or more products in interesting ways, this use actually
conferred no extra benefits on users anway.

Be in no doubt, your earlier post that 07744 numbers are still
reachable like this is untrue, and misleads people here as to the
real nature or intentions of the product group that Noodle appear to
be still rolling out.

If you're so keen to vindicate your previous secrecy, why have you
deleted almost all your posts?















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Old 06-06-2007, 03:31 PM
Dan
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Default Re: New 07700 number range

andy wrote:
> On Jun 6, 3:45 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > andy wrote:
> > > On Jun 6, 10:04 am, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > andy wrote:
> > > > > On Jun 5, 1:53 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > > > Dan wrote:
> > > > > > > I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> > > > > > > It's been set-up as a call through number:
> > > > > > >07700090 974
> > > > > > > It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> > > > > > > know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> > > > > > > come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.
> > > > > > This call through number has now been turned off, to get your own
> > > > > > number, and earn money on calls you make and receive seewww.free-tel.co.uk

> >
> > > > > I can't say I think much of your abuse of members here, and failing to
> > > > > disclose your interest
> > > > > Just how much money did you earn from it? And whyt was it ended?
> > > > > Why not name the service behind it, instead of setting up your next
> > > > > affiliate scheme?

> >
> > > > I have to disagree, to say I have abused members is very harsh indeed.
> > > > A test number was set-up for people to try that's all.

> >
> > > > Noodle Telecom run the service, and believe the company behind them
> > > > are Wire9 Telecom.
> > > > Contact numbers for Noodle are 0870 1757678 or07700090000.

> >
> > > > When you have an account, they allow you to refer others, and earn a
> > > > small amount on there calls.
> > > > Also it's possible to dial 07744 access numbers through the noodle
> > > > service, so if your on o2 you can get free 07744 calls.

> >
> > > > Dan- Hide quoted text -

> >
> > > > - Show quoted text -

> >
> > > Quit the lies

> >
> > > Ok, you've named the service at last, but ...

> >
> > > You've still not disclosed to members here that you were earning 2
> > > pence a minute from this abusive call diversion, playing off these two
> > > telecom companies against each other until such calls were barred

> >
> > > The claim that 07744 numbers are reachable via this service is now no
> > > longer true, and it would appear that you are the person responsible
> > > for this.

> >
> > > I don't think you were either clever as you think or quick on the
> > > uptake, as I privately forecast to friends on a forum elsewhere that
> > > someone would try it on like this and get it all blocked.

> >
> > > That was about a month ago, during which time you could have
> > > researched which networks had these numbers from inclusive minutes,
> > > instead of your selfish arrogance in letting people incur 40 pence a
> > > minute charges to stick tuppence in your pockets.

> >
> > > This newsgroup is about people helping each other exchange useful
> > > information, not selfish twats like you earning money from those who
> > > don't yet know.

> >
> > I'm disgusted with your comments, I assure you I've helped many here,
> > and all this over a few pence.- Hide quoted text -
> >
> > - Show quoted text -

>
> Again distortion - altruism could not have been further away from your
> motives
>
> You didn't recommend Noodle by name, but only set this up to collect
> money off people here, and only changed tack to try to continue to do
> so when you discovered your first wheeze only lasted a few days.
>
> Whilst there are or have been possibilities that arise by using two
> companies or more products in interesting ways, this use actually
> conferred no extra benefits on users anway.
>
> Be in no doubt, your earlier post that 07744 numbers are still
> reachable like this is untrue, and misleads people here as to the
> real nature or intentions of the product group that Noodle appear to
> be still rolling out.
>
> If you're so keen to vindicate your previous secrecy, why have you
> deleted almost all your posts?


Because people like you don't derisive to read my useful posts,
especially with an attitude like that.


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Old 06-06-2007, 03:46 PM
andy
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Default Re: New 07700 number range

On Jun 6, 4:31 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> andy wrote:
> > On Jun 6, 3:45 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > andy wrote:
> > > > On Jun 6, 10:04 am, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > > andy wrote:
> > > > > > On Jun 5, 1:53 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > > > > Dan wrote:
> > > > > > > > I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> > > > > > > > It's been set-up as a call through number:
> > > > > > > >07700090 974
> > > > > > > > It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> > > > > > > > know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> > > > > > > > come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.
> > > > > > > This call through number has now been turned off, to get your own
> > > > > > > number, and earn money on calls you make and receive seewww.free-tel.co.uk

>
> > > > > > I can't say I think much of your abuse of members here, and failing to
> > > > > > disclose your interest
> > > > > > Just how much money did you earn from it? And whyt was it ended?
> > > > > > Why not name the service behind it, instead of setting up your next
> > > > > > affiliate scheme?

>
> > > > > I have to disagree, to say I have abused members is very harsh indeed.
> > > > > A test number was set-up for people to try that's all.

>
> > > > > Noodle Telecom run the service, and believe the company behind them
> > > > > are Wire9 Telecom.
> > > > > Contact numbers for Noodle are 0870 1757678 or07700090000.

>
> > > > > When you have an account, they allow you to refer others, and earn a
> > > > > small amount on there calls.
> > > > > Also it's possible to dial 07744 access numbers through the noodle
> > > > > service, so if your on o2 you can get free 07744 calls.

>
> > > > > Dan- Hide quoted text -

>
> > > > > - Show quoted text -

>
> > > > Quit the lies

>
> > > > Ok, you've named the service at last, but ...

>
> > > > You've still not disclosed to members here that you were earning 2
> > > > pence a minute from this abusive call diversion, playing off these two
> > > > telecom companies against each other until such calls were barred

>
> > > > The claim that 07744 numbers are reachable via this service is now no
> > > > longer true, and it would appear that you are the person responsible
> > > > for this.

>
> > > > I don't think you were either clever as you think or quick on the
> > > > uptake, as I privately forecast to friends on a forum elsewhere that
> > > > someone would try it on like this and get it all blocked.

>
> > > > That was about a month ago, during which time you could have
> > > > researched which networks had these numbers from inclusive minutes,
> > > > instead of your selfish arrogance in letting people incur 40 pence a
> > > > minute charges to stick tuppence in your pockets.

>
> > > > This newsgroup is about people helping each other exchange useful
> > > > information, not selfish twats like you earning money from those who
> > > > don't yet know.

>
> > > I'm disgusted with your comments, I assure you I've helped many here,
> > > and all this over a few pence.- Hide quoted text -

>
> > > - Show quoted text -

>
> > Again distortion - altruism could not have been further away from your
> > motives

>
> > You didn't recommend Noodle by name, but only set this up to collect
> > money off people here, and only changed tack to try to continue to do
> > so when you discovered your first wheeze only lasted a few days.

>
> > Whilst there are or have been possibilities that arise by using two
> > companies or more products in interesting ways, this use actually
> > conferred no extra benefits on users anway.

>
> > Be in no doubt, your earlier post that 07744 numbers are still
> > reachable like this is untrue, and misleads people here as to the
> > real nature or intentions of the product group that Noodle appear to
> > be still rolling out.

>
> > If you're so keen to vindicate your previous secrecy, why have you
> > deleted almost all your posts?

>
> Because people like you don't derisive to read my useful posts,
> especially with an attitude like that.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -


Perhaps you are being a little over-sensitive

Why deprive everyone else of the opportunity to admire your motives?


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Old 06-06-2007, 04:22 PM
Dan
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Default Re: New 07700 number range

andy wrote:
> On Jun 6, 4:31 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > andy wrote:
> > > On Jun 6, 3:45 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > andy wrote:
> > > > > On Jun 6, 10:04 am, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > > > andy wrote:
> > > > > > > On Jun 5, 1:53 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > > > > > Dan wrote:
> > > > > > > > > I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> > > > > > > > > It's been set-up as a call through number:
> > > > > > > > >07700090 974
> > > > > > > > > It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> > > > > > > > > know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> > > > > > > > > come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.
> > > > > > > > This call through number has now been turned off, to get your own
> > > > > > > > number, and earn money on calls you make and receive seewww.free-tel.co.uk

> >
> > > > > > > I can't say I think much of your abuse of members here, and failing to
> > > > > > > disclose your interest
> > > > > > > Just how much money did you earn from it? And whyt was it ended?
> > > > > > > Why not name the service behind it, instead of setting up your next
> > > > > > > affiliate scheme?

> >
> > > > > > I have to disagree, to say I have abused members is very harsh indeed.
> > > > > > A test number was set-up for people to try that's all.

> >
> > > > > > Noodle Telecom run the service, and believe the company behind them
> > > > > > are Wire9 Telecom.
> > > > > > Contact numbers for Noodle are 0870 1757678 or07700090000.

> >
> > > > > > When you have an account, they allow you to refer others, and earn a
> > > > > > small amount on there calls.
> > > > > > Also it's possible to dial 07744 access numbers through the noodle
> > > > > > service, so if your on o2 you can get free 07744 calls.

> >
> > > > > > Dan- Hide quoted text -

> >
> > > > > > - Show quoted text -

> >
> > > > > Quit the lies

> >
> > > > > Ok, you've named the service at last, but ...

> >
> > > > > You've still not disclosed to members here that you were earning 2
> > > > > pence a minute from this abusive call diversion, playing off these two
> > > > > telecom companies against each other until such calls were barred

> >
> > > > > The claim that 07744 numbers are reachable via this service is now no
> > > > > longer true, and it would appear that you are the person responsible
> > > > > for this.

> >
> > > > > I don't think you were either clever as you think or quick on the
> > > > > uptake, as I privately forecast to friends on a forum elsewhere that
> > > > > someone would try it on like this and get it all blocked.

> >
> > > > > That was about a month ago, during which time you could have
> > > > > researched which networks had these numbers from inclusive minutes,
> > > > > instead of your selfish arrogance in letting people incur 40 pence a
> > > > > minute charges to stick tuppence in your pockets.

> >
> > > > > This newsgroup is about people helping each other exchange useful
> > > > > information, not selfish twats like you earning money from those who
> > > > > don't yet know.

> >
> > > > I'm disgusted with your comments, I assure you I've helped many here,
> > > > and all this over a few pence.- Hide quoted text -

> >
> > > > - Show quoted text -

> >
> > > Again distortion - altruism could not have been further away from your
> > > motives

> >
> > > You didn't recommend Noodle by name, but only set this up to collect
> > > money off people here, and only changed tack to try to continue to do
> > > so when you discovered your first wheeze only lasted a few days.

> >
> > > Whilst there are or have been possibilities that arise by using two
> > > companies or more products in interesting ways, this use actually
> > > conferred no extra benefits on users anway.

> >
> > > Be in no doubt, your earlier post that 07744 numbers are still
> > > reachable like this is untrue, and misleads people here as to the
> > > real nature or intentions of the product group that Noodle appear to
> > > be still rolling out.

> >
> > > If you're so keen to vindicate your previous secrecy, why have you
> > > deleted almost all your posts?

> >
> > Because people like you don't derisive to read my useful posts,
> > especially with an attitude like that.- Hide quoted text -
> >
> > - Show quoted text -

>
> Perhaps you are being a little over-sensitive
>
> Why deprive everyone else of the opportunity to admire your motives?


If others wish read my posts feel free, they are still available in
your own posts as quoted text.
People can then make there own minds, about the comments you've made
about me.


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Old 06-06-2007, 04:29 PM
Dan
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Default Re: New 07700 number range


andy wrote:
> On Jun 6, 4:31 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > andy wrote:
> > > On Jun 6, 3:45 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > andy wrote:
> > > > > On Jun 6, 10:04 am, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > > > andy wrote:
> > > > > > > On Jun 5, 1:53 pm, Dan <d...@u.genie.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > > > > > Dan wrote:
> > > > > > > > > I'm just testing this number, and would be grateful for any feedback.
> > > > > > > > > It's been set-up as a call through number:
> > > > > > > > >07700090 974
> > > > > > > > > It should be free out of your minutes, but I'm not 100% as yet, all I
> > > > > > > > > know is they can't be dialled from T-Mobile at the moment, and they do
> > > > > > > > > come out of o2 x-net minutes, well on my contract anyway.
> > > > > > > > This call through number has now been turned off, to get your own
> > > > > > > > number, and earn money on calls you make and receive seewww.free-tel.co.uk

> >
> > > > > > > I can't say I think much of your abuse of members here, and failing to
> > > > > > > disclose your interest
> > > > > > > Just how much money did you earn from it? And whyt was it ended?
> > > > > > > Why not name the service behind it, instead of setting up your next
> > > > > > > affiliate scheme?

> >
> > > > > > I have to disagree, to say I have abused members is very harsh indeed.
> > > > > > A test number was set-up for people to try that's all.

> >
> > > > > > Noodle Telecom run the service, and believe the company behind them
> > > > > > are Wire9 Telecom.
> > > > > > Contact numbers for Noodle are 0870 1757678 or07700090000.

> >
> > > > > > When you have an account, they allow you to refer others, and earn a
> > > > > > small amount on there calls.
> > > > > > Also it's possible to dial 07744 access numbers through the noodle
> > > > > > service, so if your on o2 you can get free 07744 calls.

> >
> > > > > > Dan- Hide quoted text -

> >
> > > > > > - Show quoted text -

> >
> > > > > Quit the lies

> >
> > > > > Ok, you've named the service at last, but ...

> >
> > > > > You've still not disclosed to members here that you were earning 2
> > > > > pence a minute from this abusive call diversion, playing off these two
> > > > > telecom companies against each other until such calls were barred

> >
> > > > > The claim that 07744 numbers are reachable via this service is now no
> > > > > longer true, and it would appear that you are the person responsible
> > > > > for this.

> >
> > > > > I don't think you were either clever as you think or quick on the
> > > > > uptake, as I privately forecast to friends on a forum elsewhere that
> > > > > someone would try it on like this and get it all blocked.

> >
> > > > > That was about a month ago, during which time you could have
> > > > > researched which networks had these numbers from inclusive minutes,
> > > > > instead of your selfish arrogance in letting people incur 40 pence a
> > > > > minute charges to stick tuppence in your pockets.

> >
> > > > > This newsgroup is about people helping each other exchange useful
> > > > > information, not selfish twats like you earning money from those who
> > > > > don't yet know.

> >
> > > > I'm disgusted with your comments, I assure you I've helped many here,
> > > > and all this over a few pence.- Hide quoted text -

> >
> > > > - Show quoted text -

> >
> > > Again distortion - altruism could not have been further away from your
> > > motives

> >
> > > You didn't recommend Noodle by name, but only set this up to collect
> > > money off people here, and only changed tack to try to continue to do
> > > so when you discovered your first wheeze only lasted a few days.

> >
> > > Whilst there are or have been possibilities that arise by using two
> > > companies or more products in interesting ways, this use actually
> > > conferred no extra benefits on users anway.

> >
> > > Be in no doubt, your earlier post that 07744 numbers are still
> > > reachable like this is untrue, and misleads people here as to the
> > > real nature or intentions of the product group that Noodle appear to
> > > be still rolling out.

> >
> > > If you're so keen to vindicate your previous secrecy, why have you
> > > deleted almost all your posts?

> >
> > Because people like you don't derisive to read my useful posts,
> > especially with an attitude like that.- Hide quoted text -
> >
> > - Show quoted text -

>
> Perhaps you are being a little over-sensitive
>
> Why deprive everyone else of the opportunity to admire your motives?


If others wish read my posts feel free, they are still available in
your own posts as quoted text.
People can then make their own minds, about the comments you've made
about me.


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Old 06-06-2007, 04:42 PM
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Default Re: New 07700 number range

Dan wrote:
>
> If others wish read my posts feel free, they are still available in
> your own posts as quoted text.
> People can then make their own minds, about the comments you've made
> about me.


I think most people have made their minds up and have decided not to
waste their breath on you.


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Old 06-06-2007, 05:16 PM
Dan
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{{{{{Welcome}}}}} wrote:
> Dan wrote:
> > If others wish read my posts feel free, they are still available in
> > your own posts as quoted text.
> > People can then make their own minds, about the comments you've made
> > about me.

>
> I think most people have made their minds up and have decided not to
> waste their breath on you.


Welcome, I don't believe it is fair to make an assumption like this
about me on behalf of many.


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