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Telephone bills

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Re: Telephone bills

Post Posted: Tue Aug 08, 2006 3:52 pm

Telefonica's Movistar service is miles better than Vodafone's here, but the landline problems I'm getting at the moment are driving me mad! I moved way back in March, the Telefonica technician arrived quite promptly, but it took forever for Head Office to register my new number and address to my name. A few months on they appear to have had some kind of catastrophic problem with their computer system and, guess what? We're now back with the new address and number! In the meantime, after paying my bills up to date on the old number, I've been cut off, but my debts are now registered to the old number. I'm sure that I'm going to have to pay up to get any kind of satisfactory result, but does anyone have any advice? Ta!

 

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Re: Telephone bills

Post Posted: Tue Aug 08, 2006 3:54 pm

Sorry, that should have read, "We're now back with the OLD address and number" - just call it summer brain-fade!

 

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Re: Telephone bills

Post Posted: Wed Aug 09, 2006 1:31 am

- Kristy

iam with europa my last bill was 39.18 july & 26.23 for june


What does this price incude and do they have a website?

 

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