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Messages full problems!

Hope someone can help me! I have bought a new V3 and I had only 11 messages in it when it says messages full. Surely the phone should hold more than just this. Is there any way I can hold onto more messages?

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    Agree to the above - any solution appreciated!

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You need to have the phone reflash and this will correct the issues

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