i'v got a nokia 6300 pay as you go, just top up my phone because had no credit, when i got home had been charged 3 pounds, got a text message which said 'Dear SMART TXT coustomer, continue to enjoy unlimited txt messaging. From WAP or WEB www.imob.tv' how do i stop getting charged for this
I've got a Sony Ericsson pay as you go. I got a message from WAP/WEB www.imob.tv, freemsg 1 week, Unlimited Free txt Messaging. I am very disappoined this third party(imob.tv) misleading freetxt. As soon as I realised that they will charge £3/week,I tried to stop the subcription. But I can't send a txt to them and I can't even send to my friend. They already deducted £6 for my credit. How can I get my credit back?
I have the same problem. Text STOP to the number you receive the message from. I was getting a message every Monday to say "thank you, blah blah blah......." Today I decided to reply to the text with a STOP message and I instantly received a message back to say that I my number has been removed from their system. Hopefully that's the last of that!!
This has also happened to me while i was on holiday they have taken £12 i think the best way to stop this is to change your number. I am going to ring o2 and complain and see if they can re-credit my balance.
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If you are using your Nokia 6300 with your own SIM card in Dubai, either carrier does not have international support or you didn't pay them the extra charges for international calling.
If you are using a local SIM card from Dubai, your phone must unlock your phone in prior from network restriction. You can unlock your Nokia 6300 safer and easier using unique unlock code. You can get the unique unlock code for your Nokia 6300 from TheUnlockArena.com at affordable cost with an easy unlocking guide. Good luck.
Hi dodonaghue, You can unlock your Nokia 6300 using mobile unlock code.. It is on the website http://www.mobileunlockguide.com/mobile-phone/16854/nokia-6300/ .. The instructions are as follows: Warning: Do not enter
any wrong unlock unlock codes on your Nokia 6300 mobile phones. If you
enter over a certain amount of wrong unlock codes on your mobile phone,
your phone may get hard locked and sometimes become unusable.
1 - Switch on your Nokia 6300 mobile phone without any sim card. 2 - Don't bother as to what is displayed on your Nokia 6300 mobile phone. 3 - Compose #pw+CODE+1#. 4 - The Nokia 6300 mobile phone would then display the message "SIM Restriction Off" and will be unlocked!
The letter p appears if you press the button star(*) three times quickly The letter w appears if you press the button star(*) four times quickly The symbol + appears if you press the button star(*) two times quickly The CODE you need to enter is the unique unlock code for your Nokia 6300 mobile phone
Each Nokia 6300 mobile phone has an unique unlock code. You can buy the unique unlock code for your Nokia 6300 mobile phone at www.mobileunlocksolutions.com.
same to me!
there appers no way stop them. whatever how many you top up, they still took you money away for txts, call.
i tired to remove it, but it didnt work
now i am going to change my sim card! dont believe this again, how silly we are!
i had the same problen text STOP to the number which sent you the text it will prob be a 6 digit number then ring 0800500212 and the operater will ask for the same 6 didgit number and will be able to get the money back they have took providing you have not used any of smarttxt the claim you have bought
you have to either get that from the carrier, being that the Nk6300 is on the BB series....they is no calculated code for it as yet....so take it to a mobile shop that may have the kit to unlock it by test points.
No Brother it is paid service and many providers give it. U may search them here at fixya or other mobile support forum like GSMHOSTING, GSMHELP etc. No one can give u such code because it is part of Nokia security. The code is as per cell's unique IMEI and only can be obtained by professional software tools like BB5 box and other compitable tools. It is advisable to visit nearby mobile technician who have such box. He will charge u for that. If it sounds informative do not forget to vote.