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  1. #16
    John A. Green
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    Re: O2 Phillips Turn Off Help!

    On Wed, 31 May 2006 19:41:52 +0100, Michael
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >After speaking to O2 this morning it appears that not all PAYG Phillips
    >C12/13, or Motorola M3588 models are affected by the cut off.
    >
    >The only way to be sure if your phone is ok to use after 30th June is to
    >call O2 and get a confirmation from them.


    Again, surely if you send *#10# and get a balance, it cannot be on a
    'phone that is to be cut off.
    All on Easylife &c. will give "Not allowed".
    (I cannot remember what contract tariffs will give, and am now unable
    to check.)
    John

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  2. #17
    Steve Terry
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    Re: O2 Phillips Turn Off Help!


    "John A. Green" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Wed, 31 May 2006 19:41:52 +0100, Michael
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>After speaking to O2 this morning it appears that not all PAYG Phillips
    >>C12/13, or Motorola M3588 models are affected by the cut off.
    >>
    >>The only way to be sure if your phone is ok to use after 30th June is to
    >>call O2 and get a confirmation from them.

    >
    > Again, surely if you send *#10# and get a balance, it cannot be on a
    > 'phone that is to be cut off.
    > All on Easylife &c. will give "Not allowed".
    > (I cannot remember what contract tariffs will give, and am now unable
    > to check.)
    > John
    >

    That's right, last of the c12/13 went on the current network credit system.
    Cellnet did a quiet changed over

    *#10# will reveal which you are on

    Steve Terry





  3. #18
    jimbos pal
    Guest

    Re: O2 Phillips Turn Off Help!


    Jimbo..... wrote:
    > If they are turning off the c12 and c13 why not the c14? ....c13 is dual
    > band like the c14......

    JIM I love YOU




  4. #19
    jimbos pal
    Guest

    Re: O2 Phillips Turn Off Help!


    Jimbo..... wrote:
    > NNNNNNNNNNNNNooooooooooooo...........I will have to go 1800Mhz now.. :~(

    Ilove you Jim




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