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# 811 : Sunday 26-5-2019 @ 13:26
 
 
Can a phone company, block your incoming texts when you've ran out of credit. I've got people asking, why I haven't replied and discovered credit has ran dry?
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# 812 : Sunday 26-5-2019 @ 13:34
 
 
Absolutely yes.
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# 813 : Sunday 26-5-2019 @ 14:18
 
 
Someone said :
Can a phone company, block your incoming texts when you've ran out of credit. I've got people asking, why I haven't replied and discovered credit has ran dry?

After x weeks of no credit, yes.
It’s in your contract...
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# 814 : Sunday 26-5-2019 @ 22:48
 
 
Topped up, phone went crazy with texts and they shouldn't be allowed block incoming texts.
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# 815 : Monday 27-5-2019 @ 09:05
 
 
Someone said :
Topped up, phone went crazy with texts and they shouldn't be allowed block incoming texts.

Of course they should. As detailed in your contract...
Would you expect to not pay your landline and still receive calls?
They usually apply a generous grace period when you can receive calls and text, thus using their network for free.

Do you expect such free service from landline or Cable/TV or Internet providers?
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# 816 : Monday 27-5-2019 @ 13:15
 
 
Just incoming, the other person is paying and you should be able to receive in case of emergency?
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# 817 : Monday 27-5-2019 @ 13:21
 
 
Someone said :
Just incoming, the other person is paying and you should be able to receive in case of emergency?

If you don’t pay your landline do you also expect to receive emergency calls?
No.

How long did you use their network to receive calls and text without paying?
It takes a few weeks at least without paying... before they cut off incoming...

If you are key to some emergency network, surely you can top up €5 every few months, can’t you?

What entitles you to a free service, passed an already generous grace period?
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# 818 : Monday 27-5-2019 @ 19:13
 
 
Yes ok, mommy and I'll be good in future.
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# 819 : Monday 27-5-2019 @ 19:30
 
 
Someone said :
Yes ok, mommy and I'll be good in future.

That’s my boy.
Buachaill maith
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# 820 : Monday 10-6-2019 @ 22:12
 
 
How much would you spend on a hoover? I'm not talking about the €399 Dyson ones. A bagless decent one could be got for €100 I think. Well I seen a few I liked for around €70 in DID and Powercity. But is that too little to spend if I want a decent hoover?
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# 821 : Monday 10-6-2019 @ 22:41
 
 
Someone said :
How much would you spend on a hoover? I'm not talking about the €399 Dyson ones. A bagless decent one could be got for €100 I think. Well I seen a few I liked for around €70 in DID and Powercity. But is that too little to spend if I want a decent hoover?

For what exactly?
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# 822 : Monday 10-6-2019 @ 22:42
 
 
For hoovering up me bleeding floors.
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# 823 : Monday 10-6-2019 @ 22:45
 
 
Someone said :
For hoovering up me bleeding floors.

Just asking, were you thinking domestic or industrial?
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# 824 : Monday 10-6-2019 @ 22:49
 
 
To clean a 2 bed apartment. One with decent suction. My old one has gone crap. I think I remember paying €99 for that one.
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# 825 : Monday 10-6-2019 @ 23:01
 
 
Ebay?
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