12-05-2012 05:57 PM
I'm posting about pretty much the same issue that stuartwilson had. My contract runs in about 2 months time. I have decided on Galaxy note as the phone I wish to have next. However, after checking the vodafone website, the best plan starts from £36. So I decided to go on to mobiles.co.uk, and check ther prices there. Orange offers £20.50 amonth, with 300 minutes. Currently paying £15 with 300 mins. So this is close to what I want. There is no chance I'm paying £36 per month for a phone at this stage. And I would like Galaxy note, and it seems only Orange is offering the deal I want - even if paying a bit extra.
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13-05-2012 06:27 PM
I would say, speak with Vodafone sales (on 191 directly). I am sure they can offer you a as good deal out there - they have done for me in the past - they would want the phone upgrade sale as much as you would like your new phone. I can upgrade in a couple of weeks but need to stay with Vodafone due to the Employee Advantage schema. I am really happy with Vodafone's service, but I am on £45 1200 mins package.
I will be miving from an iPhone to the Samsung Note.
14-05-2012 09:42 AM
Thanks for your post and welcome.
We’ll be happy to see if you can get you a great value deal of the gorgeous Samsung Galaxy Note.
I’ve sent you a PM and if you follow those instructions, we’ll get in touch and discuss this further.
10-07-2012 03:50 PM
Even though it is separate app, has it changed the Android Settings below?
From the Home Screen.
1) Menu button (Bottom left capacitive)
3) Scroll to Voice input and output
4) Tap Voice input and output
5) Under Voice output, tap the Text-to-speech settings
6) Uncheck the tick next to Driving mode
11-07-2012 11:29 AM - edited 11-07-2012 11:30 AM
I can imagine that's a little embarrassing at times! I once had a similar app that read out similar accidently on the quiet carriage of a train. I don't think it made me popular...
Have you managed to try the advice jules_00001011 has kindly supplied? Let me know if that's all sorted now.