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    Default Message duplication between native app and O2 TU app

    I live in an are where there's no O2 reception so I use their TU app to receive messages and calls over my wireless broadband.

    As soon as I get back into an area where there's 4G coverage, all the messages that I've already read in the TU app are flagged as new messages & I get a slew of notifications.

    This annnoys me. Is there anyway of sycnchronising the 2 apps?

    And, no. I don't want to move to another provider. Wouldn't touch EE or Vodafone with a bargepole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pip in a Poke View Post
    And, no. I don't want to move to another provider. Wouldn't touch EE or Vodafone with a bargepole.
    But stick with a provider that has no coverage and annoys you. Right smart that is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    But stick with a provider that has no coverage and annoys you. Right smart that is.
    The only place that has no O2 coverage is Sockieland. Its next door to Nambia.
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    I thought they had got rid of Tu Go in favour of using WiFi calling.

    Maybe update/upgrade your phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    But stick with a provider that has no coverage and annoys you. Right smart that is.
    I won't use Vodafone because of their sponsorship and I won't use EE because of their execrable foreign call centres. And isn't everything that's not Vodafone either EE or EE in disguise anyway?

    I've always been happy with O2 customer service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pip in a Poke View Post
    And isn't everything that's not Vodafone either EE or EE in disguise anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    No
    Actually I think you'd find that everything is O2, Vodafone or EE.

    Anything else just piggy backs on one of these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pip in a Poke View Post
    Actually I think you'd find that everything is O2, Vodafone or EE.

    Anything else just piggy backs on one of these.
    Actually I think you'd find that Three don't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    Actually I think you'd find that Three don't.
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    Vodafone have the best network coverage. I was on O2, then Orange/EE and the coverage was rubbish in the village I was in. But Vodafone was way better. Worth trying it, what sponsorship is it that is bothering you?
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