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  1. #1
    MAT
    Guest
    Hi All,

    My employer has hung a Nextel on me for about 4 years now and I'm moving on
    to a new job and will give up my phone soon. My problem is this, about 3
    years ago I set up scheduled messages to my phone, weather, news, and a
    horoscope delivered every day over the years like clockwork. I want to
    deactivate them but I have aboslutely no idea where I set them up! The
    following is the news headlines I had sent to my phone this AM, maybe
    someone can recognize it and tell me where they are coming from. Thanks!

    RVers take scenic route all the way to Wal-MArt*In Europe, Bush defends
    views*Sex offender molested captives, victim 9:05A 07/06






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  2. #2
    Wirelessjuan
    Guest

    Re: Scheduled messages to NExtel

    Just have the employer change the 10 digit telephone number, this will
    keep the service from sending request to the old phone. He will need a
    new SIM card which he should be able to get from Nextel. I'm not sure
    if Nextel charges for the new number but being a business customer I
    sure they would be willing to work with them.




  3. #3
    FYIS.org/
    Guest

    Re: Scheduled messages to NExtel

    In news:[email protected],
    MAT typed:
    > Hi All,
    >
    > My employer has hung a Nextel on me for about 4 years now and I'm
    > moving on to a new job and will give up my phone soon. My problem is
    > this, about 3 years ago I set up scheduled messages to my phone,
    > weather, news, and a horoscope delivered every day over the years
    > like clockwork. I want to deactivate them but I have aboslutely no
    > idea where I set them up!


    Hotmail/Mail/MailOptions/Mobile Alerts
    http://hotmail.msn.com/cgi-bin/options?section=mail

    DanlK, FYI Services Collectibles
    www.FYIS.org







  4. #4
    MAT
    Guest

    Re: Scheduled messages to NExtel

    >
    > Hotmail/Mail/MailOptions/Mobile Alerts
    > http://hotmail.msn.com/cgi-bin/options?section=mail
    >

    Got it! Thanks!!





  5. #5
    Zman53
    Guest

    Re: Scheduled messages to NExtel

    Why would they need a new sim card for a PTN change?


    "Wirelessjuan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Just have the employer change the 10 digit telephone number, this will
    > keep the service from sending request to the old phone. He will need a
    > new SIM card which he should be able to get from Nextel. I'm not sure
    > if Nextel charges for the new number but being a business customer I
    > sure they would be willing to work with them.
    >
    >






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