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Only in 2700clasic the messages are coming on scren simply by vodafone sim charging is down by this messages how to stop it

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Yeah Vodafone Flash Messages area annoying. Check the following link to solve your problem it has the detailed procedure.
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I chose Vodafone as my test case and went to its store in Paddington Station upon arriving in London. Gabriel, the Vodafone employee who helped me, was kind enough to let me verify that the unlock code and the Vodafone SIM card worked before he charged me for the SIM card.

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Vodafone's activation process was simple. You activate, get your phone number, set up voice mail, check your balance and add to your balance by punching in a numeric code for each function and pressing send. The company gives you a little book and cheat sheet to remember the codes.
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