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  1. #1
    amosohi
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    I saw the previous posts regarding delivery reports on O2 as I have just
    switched from Vodafone and found it annoying that delivery reports do
    not work.

    I noticed I can use *0# before a message which sends me a type of
    delivery message but does anyone know if this costs me. For instance if
    I send 1 text msg using *0# would I get billed for 2 msgs?

    Regards
    Amo Sohi


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  2. #2
    Philip Henderson
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    Re: Delivery reports on the 6100

    "amosohi" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > I saw the previous posts regarding delivery reports on O2 as I have just
    > switched from Vodafone and found it annoying that delivery reports do
    > not work.
    >
    > I noticed I can use *0# before a message which sends me a type of
    > delivery message but does anyone know if this costs me. For instance if
    > I send 1 text msg using *0# would I get billed for 2 msgs?


    No.

    > Regards
    > Amo Sohi
    >
    >
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  3. #3
    Dave
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    Re: Delivery reports on the 6100

    amosohi <[email protected]> writes
    >I noticed I can use *0# before a message which sends me a type of
    >delivery message but does anyone know if this costs me. For instance if
    >I send 1 text msg using *0# would I get billed for 2 msgs?


    My understanding from others who have posted in news:uk.telecom.mobile
    is that there is no charge for this O2 delivery receipt.

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  4. #4
    Dale Walker
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    Re: Delivery reports on the 6100

    On Fri, 1 Aug 2003 01:16:49 +0400, "_.-=<[ { E v E r E a d y } ]>=-._"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >SMSs are cheap - you don't really have to care about it. Just let it go
    >because you're saving up by simply sending an SMS instead of making a phone
    >call.


    SMS cheap? 10p for less than a kb's worth of data? Pull the other one.
    SMS charges are the biggest rip-off of them all.

    Besides, I get 200 mins per month free calls anytime/anywhere (which I
    rarely use all of. I still have to pay for every single SMS I make.




  5. #5
    Ivor Jones
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    Re: Delivery reports on the 6100


    "Dale Walker" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On Fri, 1 Aug 2003 01:16:49 +0400, "_.-=<[ { E v E r E a d y } ]>=-._"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >SMSs are cheap - you don't really have to care about it. Just let it go
    > >because you're saving up by simply sending an SMS instead of making a

    phone
    > >call.

    >
    > SMS cheap? 10p for less than a kb's worth of data? Pull the other one.
    > SMS charges are the biggest rip-off of them all.
    >
    > Besides, I get 200 mins per month free calls anytime/anywhere (which I
    > rarely use all of. I still have to pay for every single SMS I make.


    I don't, I've still got my PAYG SIM with the original O/H pack, 5 free per
    day for life (or until O decide I'm dead..!)

    84 per month for 12 months (well until I change down tariffs..!) as I've
    just started a new contract, 30 per month from the website as well, enough
    for me..!

    Ivor





  6. #6
    Christopher Pollard
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    Re: Delivery reports on the 6100

    On Fri, 01 Aug 2003 00:46:34 +0100, Dale Walker <[email protected]> wrote:

    >SMS cheap? 10p for less than a kb's worth of data? Pull the other one.
    >SMS charges are the biggest rip-off of them all.


    Depends where you are. Here they cost P1 (Philippine Peso, around 85/UKP).
    I'm on prepaid, and if I load a P500 card, it includes 100 free SMS. so I could
    send up to 600 mesages for less than 6 quid.



    Chris Pollard

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