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  1. #1
    Billy
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    Can anyone tell me if the 999 number can be blocked on an 3310 or a 6310 I
    lock my keys but still find I sometimes dial this number if I leave my
    phone in my pocket, is there anyway to block all the keys at once, or just
    the 999 combination. (I know it's a safety feature but it's one I can do
    without as I can always use an alternative)





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  2. #2
    Bri Snail
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    Re: Can anyone tell me if the 999 number can be blocked

    An altrnative to 999? Yeah right

    Bri Snail


    "Billy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Can anyone tell me if the 999 number can be blocked on an 3310 or a 6310 I
    > lock my keys but still find I sometimes dial this number if I leave my
    > phone in my pocket, is there anyway to block all the keys at once, or just
    > the 999 combination. (I know it's a safety feature but it's one I can do
    > without as I can always use an alternative)
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Mike H
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    Re: Can anyone tell me if the 999 number can be blocked


    "Bri Snail" <> wrote in message ...

    > An altrnative to 999? Yeah right


    112 perchance.

    Mike.





  4. #4
    Bri Snail
    Guest

    Re: Can anyone tell me if the 999 number can be blocked

    112 is not an alternative to 999
    it is for use by the elderly for home care

    Bri Snail


    "Mike H" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Bri Snail" <> wrote in message ...
    >
    > > An altrnative to 999? Yeah right

    >
    > 112 perchance.
    >
    > Mike.
    >
    >






  5. #5
    Lardinian Soldier
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    Re: Can anyone tell me if the 999 number can be blocked

    112 is the alternative to 999.

    "Bri Snail" <Brian [email protected]> wrote in message
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    > 112 is not an alternative to 999
    > it is for use by the elderly for home care
    >
    > Bri Snail
    >
    >
    > "Mike H" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > "Bri Snail" <> wrote in message ...
    > >
    > > > An altrnative to 999? Yeah right

    > >
    > > 112 perchance.
    > >
    > > Mike.
    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  6. #6
    Richard Colton
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    Re: Can anyone tell me if the 999 number can be blocked


    "Bri Snail" <Brian [email protected]> wrote in message
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    > 112 is not an alternative to 999
    > it is for use by the elderly for home care
    >


    You may want to research your posts a little before posting next time.
    Needless to say, your answer is hopelessly wrong.

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  7. #7
    Mike H
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    Re: Can anyone tell me if the 999 number can be blocked


    "Bri Snail" <> wrote in message ...

    > 112 is not an alternative to 999


    LOL. My mum told me never to take the word of a Top poster. Looks like she
    was correct.

    Mike.





  8. #8
    Kevin I Chapple
    Guest

    Re: Can anyone tell me if the 999 number can be blocked

    112 = 999 = 112 = 999

    They both terminate at the same destination.

    112 is, I believe, more "Euro wide", where they do NOT have 999.

    We can use both (seems like we did get "something" out of Euope, after all)

    :-)




    "Mike H" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Bri Snail" <> wrote in message ...
    >
    > > 112 is not an alternative to 999

    >
    > LOL. My mum told me never to take the word of a Top poster. Looks like she
    > was correct.
    >
    > Mike.
    >
    >






  9. #9
    Ivor Jones
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    Re: Can anyone tell me if the 999 number can be blocked


    "Kevin I Chapple" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > 112 = 999 = 112 = 999
    >
    > They both terminate at the same destination.
    >
    > 112 is, I believe, more "Euro wide", where they do NOT have 999.
    >
    > We can use both (seems like we did get "something" out of Euope, after

    all)
    >
    > :-)


    So what is the point of 112 anyway..? Surely 999 is easier to remember..?
    I won't even comment on the US 911...!

    Ivor





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