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Am on 3 pay skype phone have limited service/no service.cant phone txt browse internet or access my three,i have credit in phone plus free texts and free internet

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Well mate it's 3 that's why. try turn off your phone take out battery for few minutes, but there's a small chance as all this faults you described is network related...

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History 1 History 2 The History icon keeps track of all incoming and outgoing calls and records how long you were in the chat for. It's also a quick way to go back and redial recent calls.
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Dial 1 Dial 2 Dial 3 The Dial feature lets you call outside phone numbers with the PSP. You will of course have to pay real money for this feature to work. We made a few calls using the service and it functioned as advertised, and voice clarity on both ends was more than passable. We did notice some lag, but nothing severe enough to disrupt the conversation.
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Tools 1 Tools 2 Tools 3 Tools 4 Tools 5 Tools 6 The Tools menu lets you jump to the Skype page to purchase more air time, change default sounds, troubleshoot network related port settings, manage blocked users, and tweak a few other minor settings.
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hi
these usually have a number you can text stop to.
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