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Old 02-23-2007, 07:05 PM
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Default Vodafone faults number required

Our local Cell is down for outgoing calls, anyone know a fault line number
to call Vodafone please.



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Old 02-23-2007, 07:14 PM
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Default Re: Vodafone faults number required

sorry now fault repaired.



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Old 02-23-2007, 08:10 PM
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Default Re: Vodafone faults number required

nospam@nospam.com declared for all the world to hear...
> Our local Cell is down for outgoing calls, anyone know a fault line number
> to call Vodafone please.


Are you in Thorpe Marriott in Norwich? If so, they know about it
already. It was even in the paper the other day.
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Old 02-23-2007, 11:23 PM
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Default Re: Vodafone faults number required

Jon wrote:
> nospam@nospam.com declared for all the world to hear...
>> Our local Cell is down for outgoing calls, anyone know a fault line number
>> to call Vodafone please.

>
> Are you in Thorpe Marriott in Norwich? If so, they know about it
> already. It was even in the paper the other day.


Must be an exciting place to live where all the newspaper has
to list is when a local cell goes down!

Reminds me of when I went back home to my sleepy hometown for
Xmas once, the headline on the front of the paper, no word of
a lie "ROMAN ROAD FOUND" whoah! Stop the press.

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Old 02-26-2007, 06:21 AM
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jm2@charleem.co.uk declared for all the world to hear...
> Jon wrote:
> > nospam@nospam.com declared for all the world to hear...
> >> Our local Cell is down for outgoing calls, anyone know a fault line number
> >> to call Vodafone please.

> >
> > Are you in Thorpe Marriott in Norwich? If so, they know about it
> > already. It was even in the paper the other day.

>
> Must be an exciting place to live where all the newspaper has
> to list is when a local cell goes down!


Well, funnily enough there were other articles in the paper that
evening. It featured because it's been offline for over a month and
people are being allowed to cancel their contracts because of it, which
is unusual.
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