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  1. #1

    I have am on vodafone payg, after not buying a topup for about 6
    months, I find that my sim has been switched off, does anyone know the
    number to phone to have it reinstated

    ______
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  2. #2
    Simon Templar
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    Re: vodafone sim card deactivated

    [email protected] wrote:
    > I have am on vodafone payg, after not buying a topup for about 6
    > months, I find that my sim has been switched off, does anyone know the
    > number to phone to have it reinstated
    >
    > ______
    > http://www.unlockyourfone.co


    What country are you in? It is pointless cross posting a question like
    this in multiple newsgroups that are related to different countries when
    it is specific to one country.


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    may belong to.

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  3. #3

    Re: vodafone sim card deactivated

    [email protected] wrote:
    > I have am on vodafone payg, after not buying a topup for about 6
    > months, I find that my sim has been switched off, does anyone know the
    > number to phone to have it reinstated
    >
    > ______
    > http://www.unlockyourfone.com
    >


    Try using the website quoted at the foot of your email.
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  4. #4
    Richard Colton
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    Re: vodafone sim card deactivated


    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > [email protected] wrote:
    >> I have am on vodafone payg, after not buying a topup for about 6
    >> months, I find that my sim has been switched off, does anyone know the
    >> number to phone to have it reinstated
    >>
    >> ______
    >> http://www.unlockyourfone.com
    >>

    >
    > Try using the website quoted at the foot of your email.


    The software he's trying to sell has been freely available for years (doubt
    Crux will be too happy about him trying to peddle it), plus his eBay tat
    manages to be nicely filtered by any decent hosts file due to him using
    ****ty qksrv links. All in all, not a good start.

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  5. #5
    David Wade
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    Re: vodafone sim card deactivated


    "Richard Colton" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > [email protected] wrote:
    > >> I have am on vodafone payg, after not buying a topup for about 6
    > >> months, I find that my sim has been switched off, does anyone know the
    > >> number to phone to have it reinstated
    > >>
    > >> ______
    > >> http://www.unlockyourfone.com
    > >>

    > >
    > > Try using the website quoted at the foot of your email.

    >
    > The software he's trying to sell has been freely available for years

    (doubt
    > Crux will be too happy about him trying to peddle it), plus his eBay tat
    > manages to be nicely filtered by any decent hosts file due to him using
    > ****ty qksrv links. All in all, not a good start.
    >


    Also AFAIK Voda SIMS have the contact number on the SIM....

    > --
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    >






  6. #6
    Michael
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    Re: vodafone sim card deactivated


    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > I have am on vodafone payg, after not buying a topup for about 6
    > months, I find that my sim has been switched off, does anyone know the
    > number to phone to have it reinstated


    You cant have it "reinstated"

    You are a useless pov, or druggy.

    Go and buy another starter kit





  7. #7

    Re: vodafone sim card deactivated

    On 11 Aug 2006 09:55:53 -0700, [email protected] wrote this with the
    utmost thought:

    >
    >I have am on vodafone payg, after not buying a topup for about 6
    >months, I find that my sim has been switched off, does anyone know the
    >number to phone to have it reinstated


    If you fail to make a chargeable call in 180 days then Voda closes the
    account and you lose all credit on it. The key bit is you must make a call.
    You can top up as much as you like and as often as you like *but* you have
    to spend some of what you've added to the account

    It's in the terms and conditions that you accepted when you started the
    account. Your only choice is to buy a new SIM and remember to make a short
    call every month just to keep the account alive. You can badger Vodafone as
    much as you like but they won't bend their rules.





  8. #8
    budgie
    Guest

    Re: vodafone sim card deactivated

    On Sat, 12 Aug 2006 13:25:28 GMT, "Michael" <[email protected].com> wrote:

    >
    ><[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >>
    >> I have am on vodafone payg, after not buying a topup for about 6
    >> months, I find that my sim has been switched off, does anyone know the
    >> number to phone to have it reinstated

    >
    >You cant have it "reinstated"


    usually with voda you can as long as you are prepared to pay a fee of ~$30 and
    it has been disabled/quarantined for less than a further 6? months.

    >You are a useless pov, or druggy.
    >
    >Go and buy another starter kit


    That's the other option of course. Better value, new number. May help cover
    your tracks.



  9. #9
    Craig Ian Dewick
    Guest

    Re: vodafone sim card deactivated

    "Michael" <[email protected]> writes:


    ><[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >>
    >> I have am on vodafone payg, after not buying a topup for about 6
    >> months, I find that my sim has been switched off, does anyone know the
    >> number to phone to have it reinstated


    >You cant have it "reinstated"


    Why not? Isn't the number linked with the SIM's serial number? Is the number
    allocated to the SIM given to someone else once a SIM is blocked from
    registering for any reason or does it stay allocated forever?

    Craig.

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  10. #10
    Simon Templar
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    Re: vodafone sim card deactivated

    Craig Ian Dewick wrote:Craig Ian Dewick wrote:
    > Why not? Isn't the number linked with the SIM's serial number? Is the number
    > allocated to the SIM given to someone else once a SIM is blocked from
    > registering for any reason or does it stay allocated forever?
    >
    > Craig.


    Simple, you let it lapse and they re-allocate the number to the next pov
    or druggie.

    Phone numbers are a limited resource, you were obviously not using your
    number so they have re-issued it! Get over it! Get a new number!


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    belong to.

    73 de Simon, VK3XEM.
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  11. #11
    Rod Speed
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    Re: vodafone sim card deactivated

    Craig Ian Dewick <[email protected]> wrote
    > Michael <[email protected]> writes
    >> <[email protected]> wrote


    >>> I have am on vodafone payg, after not buying a topup for
    >>> about 6 months, I find that my sim has been switched off,
    >>> does anyone know the number to phone to have it reinstated


    >> You cant have it "reinstated"


    > Why not?


    That's the way they have chosen to do it.

    > Isn't the number linked with the SIM's serial number?


    Not after its been 'switched off'

    > Is the number allocated to the SIM given to someone else
    > once a SIM is blocked from registering for any reason


    Eventually, yes.

    > or does it stay allocated forever?


    Corse it doesnt.





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