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  1. #1
    180$ Telstra mobile trying to close my prepay CDMA account

    Telstra mobile is not prepare to give me back the $180? or part of
    it?

    Has Telstra the legal right to steal all my money from my Prepay
    account?

    What right have do I have except the TIO which run and controlled by
    Telstra anyway?.

    Any legal eagles with ideas?

    Telstra a bunch of crooks?

    Georges




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  2. #2
    James Bell
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    Re: 180$ Telstra mobile closing my CDMA account,Telstranot prepared to give me back the $180?


    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > 180$ Telstra mobile trying to close my prepay CDMA account
    >
    > Telstra mobile is not prepare to give me back the $180? or part of
    > it?
    >
    > Has Telstra the legal right to steal all my money from my Prepay
    > account?
    >
    > What right have do I have except the TIO which run and controlled by
    > Telstra anyway?.
    >



    Here's a little trick us in the know use. Find someone else with a prepaid
    Telstra phone, and simply use the 'Me2U' function to transfer them $10 of
    credit. They send it back to you the same day. It will also give each of you
    two weeks more credit availabilit - (for the bargain price of 25c each)

    You can do this only once every 24 hours.. do it for 14 days and you'll
    extend your credit by 6 months (on each phone!)

    On a CDMA phone, send the word menu to 1258888. You can transfer between
    gsm-cdma, cdma-gsm, gsm-gsm or cdma-cdma.

    You can then move to gsm and keep your credit.. See Telstra aren't all bad..





  3. #3
    Unkit
    Guest

    Re: 180$ Telstra mobile closing my CDMA account,Telstranot prepared to give me back the $180?


    An additional tip. You don't have to transfer $10, you can transfer $1,
    (therefore you have the ability to extend your validity by 20 weeks each
    24 hour period). If you have a gsm phone, you may find the following
    tip very useful and time saving type *100*1*4(if you have an old plan,
    or 5 if you have a new plan)*04xxxxxxxxxxx(mobilenumber you want to
    transfer to)*1*1# then send, you will have bycotted 45 seconds worth of
    waiting.


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  4. #4
    Michael J
    Guest

    Re: 180$ Telstra mobile closing my CDMA account,Telstranot prepared to give me back the $180?

    What is the point of all this?

    You can just change to GSM prepaid and keep your balance. No farting around.

    "Unkit" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > An additional tip. You don't have to transfer $10, you can transfer $1,
    > (therefore you have the ability to extend your validity by 20 weeks each
    > 24 hour period). If you have a gsm phone, you may find the following
    > tip very useful and time saving type *100*1*4(if you have an old plan,
    > or 5 if you have a new plan)*04xxxxxxxxxxx(mobilenumber you want to
    > transfer to)*1*1# then send, you will have bycotted 45 seconds worth of
    > waiting.
    >
    >
    > --
    > Unkit






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    Unkit
    Guest

    Re: 180$ Telstra mobile closing my CDMA account,Telstranot prepared to give me back the $180?


    Coverage.


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  6. #6

    Re: 180$ Telstra mobile closing my CDMA account,Telstranot prepared to give me back the $180?

    On Apr 18, 12:34 am, "James Bell" <[email protected]> wrote:
    > <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    > > 180$ Telstra mobile trying to close my prepay CDMA account

    >
    > > Telstra mobile is not prepare to give me back the $180? or part of
    > > it?

    >
    > > Has Telstra the legal right to steal all my money from my Prepay
    > > account?

    >
    > > What right have do I have except the TIO which run and controlled by
    > > Telstra anyway?.

    >
    > Here's a little trick us in the know use. Find someone else with a prepaid
    > Telstra phone, and simply use the 'Me2U' function to transfer them $10 of
    > credit. They send it back to you the same day. It will also give each of you
    > two weeks more credit availabilit - (for the bargain price of 25c each)
    >
    > You can do this only once every 24 hours.. do it for 14 days and you'll
    > extend your credit by 6 months (on each phone!)
    >
    > On a CDMA phone, send the word menu to 1258888. You can transfer between
    > gsm-cdma, cdma-gsm, gsm-gsm or cdma-cdma.
    >
    > You can then move to gsm and keep your credit.. See Telstra aren't all bad..



    Thanks , Great idea but I can't find any details on how to use "Credit
    Me2U"
    Can you help with details?

    Georges




  7. #7
    Gus
    Guest

    Re: 180$ Telstra mobile closing my CDMA account,Telstranot prepared to give me back the $180?

    "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > On Apr 18, 12:34 am, "James Bell" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>
    >> news:[email protected]
    >>
    >> > 180$ Telstra mobile trying to close my prepay CDMA account

    >>
    >> > Telstra mobile is not prepare to give me back the $180? or part of
    >> > it?

    >>
    >> > Has Telstra the legal right to steal all my money from my Prepay
    >> > account?

    >>
    >> > What right have do I have except the TIO which run and controlled by
    >> > Telstra anyway?.

    >>
    >> Here's a little trick us in the know use. Find someone else with a

    prepaid
    >> Telstra phone, and simply use the 'Me2U' function to transfer them $10

    of
    >> credit. They send it back to you the same day. It will also give each

    of you
    >> two weeks more credit availabilit - (for the bargain price of 25c each)
    >>
    >> You can do this only once every 24 hours.. do it for 14 days and you'll
    >> extend your credit by 6 months (on each phone!)
    >>
    >> On a CDMA phone, send the word menu to 1258888. You can transfer

    between
    >> gsm-cdma, cdma-gsm, gsm-gsm or cdma-cdma.
    >>
    >> You can then move to gsm and keep your credit.. See Telstra aren't all

    bad..
    >
    >
    > Thanks , Great idea but I can't find any details on how to use "Credit
    > Me2U"
    > Can you help with details?
    >
    > Georges
    >
    >


    Hmm, could be coz its an Optus product, not saying Telstra 'dont' have it,
    but it could explain why its not there.....


    https://mobile.optuszoo.com.au/cocoon/me2u/me2u.xml?


    I just checked on Optus...



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  8. #8
    Frank
    Guest

    Re: 180$ Telstra mobile closing my CDMA account,Telstranot prepared to give me back the $180?


    "Gus" <[email protected]_of_Spam.au> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote in
    > news:[email protected]:
    >
    >> On Apr 18, 12:34 am, "James Bell" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>> <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>>
    >>> news:[email protected]
    >>>
    >>> > 180$ Telstra mobile trying to close my prepay CDMA account
    >>>
    >>> > Telstra mobile is not prepare to give me back the $180? or part of
    >>> > it?
    >>>
    >>> > Has Telstra the legal right to steal all my money from my Prepay
    >>> > account?
    >>>
    >>> > What right have do I have except the TIO which run and controlled by
    >>> > Telstra anyway?.
    >>>
    >>> Here's a little trick us in the know use. Find someone else with a

    > prepaid
    >>> Telstra phone, and simply use the 'Me2U' function to transfer them $10

    > of
    >>> credit. They send it back to you the same day. It will also give each

    > of you
    >>> two weeks more credit availabilit - (for the bargain price of 25c each)
    >>>
    >>> You can do this only once every 24 hours.. do it for 14 days and you'll
    >>> extend your credit by 6 months (on each phone!)
    >>>
    >>> On a CDMA phone, send the word menu to 1258888. You can transfer

    > between
    >>> gsm-cdma, cdma-gsm, gsm-gsm or cdma-cdma.
    >>>
    >>> You can then move to gsm and keep your credit.. See Telstra aren't all

    > bad..
    >>
    >>
    >> Thanks , Great idea but I can't find any details on how to use "Credit
    >> Me2U"
    >> Can you help with details?
    >>
    >> Georges
    >>
    >>

    >
    > Hmm, could be coz its an Optus product, not saying Telstra 'dont' have it,
    > but it could explain why its not there.....
    >
    >
    > https://mobile.optuszoo.com.au/cocoon/me2u/me2u.xml?
    >
    >
    > I just checked on Optus...
    >
    >


    It is there. You are just a fool for taking notice of the retard.

    http://www.telstra.com.au/telstrapre...ging/index.htm







  9. #9
    Gus
    Guest

    Re: 180$ Telstra mobile closing my CDMA account,Telstranot prepared to give me back the $180?

    "Frank" <[email protected]> wrote in news:4631e052$0$16555$afc38c87
    @news.optusnet.com.au:

    [SNIPPED]



    Well I thankyou Frank from the heart of my bottom for pointing out my
    shortcomings on being a fool,

    I have to admit I dont get into name calling of people I dont know, and I
    also have to admit, I didnt know the poster I replied to was of a lesser
    intelligence to you or me, and I wonder how you came to this conclusion,
    had I known, I certainly would still have made an attempt to assist,
    because as far as I am aware, thats what this is, a medium to assist, not
    name call, and abuse others...

    I feel sorry for you that you get your only daily exercises by jumping to
    conclusions about others abilities or inabilities to find things on the
    net and usenet, and asking for assistance, without being called names....

    Would it not have just been easier to have posted that link in response to
    the persons request, than to resort to name calling of 2 people you dont
    know and probably never will, I dont have Telstra but I do have Optus, and
    the phrase "Me2U" is clearly defined in Optus, in your link you have
    provided, one has to read all the way to the lower part of the page and
    you find "Creditme2u" when I did a search of the Telstra net web search I
    came up with 51 Items in the Grouped list and "Best 20 results" none of
    which lists a link with "me2U" in the title, so I can understand why the
    question was put out for assistance, maybe because you think you are of a
    higher intelect and you knew which of the hundreds of links to look at, or
    maybe you are a pov pre-paider like some of the other highly regarded
    choice names used in this group by other intelectuals, I dont know, and
    quite frankly Frank I dont really give a stuff about your opinion or
    anyone elses for that matter.

    You have my deepest sypathies, for your lack of compassion to your fellow
    man, and you are now the now proud holder of the top position of my list
    of plonked usenet users.

    You are the weakest link!!! - Goodbye -

    KERPLONK!!




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  10. #10
    Michael J
    Guest

    Re: 180$ Telstra mobile closing my CDMA account,Telstranot prepared to give me back the $180?

    Grow up Gus

    "Gus" <[email protected]_of_Spam.au> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "Frank" <[email protected]> wrote in news:4631e052$0$16555$afc38c87
    > @news.optusnet.com.au:
    >
    > [SNIPPED]
    >
    >
    >
    > Well I thankyou Frank from the heart of my bottom for pointing out my
    > shortcomings on being a fool,
    >
    > I have to admit I dont get into name calling of people I dont know, and I
    > also have to admit, I didnt know the poster I replied to was of a lesser






  11. #11
    Fergus
    Guest

    Re: 180$ Telstra mobile closing my CDMA account,Telstranot prepared to give me back the $180?

    "Michael J" <[email protected]> wrote in news[email protected]
    server.bigpond.net.au:

    > Grow up Gus
    >
    > "Gus" <[email protected]_of_Spam.au> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> "Frank" <[email protected]> wrote in news:4631e052$0$16555$afc38c87
    >> @news.optusnet.com.au:
    >>
    >> [SNIPPED]
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> Well I thankyou Frank from the heart of my bottom for pointing out my
    >> shortcomings on being a fool,
    >>
    >> I have to admit I dont get into name calling of people I dont know, and

    I
    >> also have to admit, I didnt know the poster I replied to was of a

    lesser
    >
    >
    >


    Oh I see, others can gripe, whinge and name call and thats acceptable?

    I make a comment and I have to "grow up"

    Sorry, but if I offend, then thats life, it's not a perfect society we
    live in, you can expect to be offended anywhere, anytime, especially on
    these groups, ignore it. If you can't then email me, and I'll show you how
    to.

    Besides, I am enjoying my 3rd childhood....

    Now if you don't mind I'm taking my bat and ball and going elsewhere.
    I don't want to play here anymore.


    ;-)

    Fergus J Haggiss!!
    aka Gus
    aka Jock!
    Hooroo the noo!!





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