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On Monday , the 01.02.2012, Kev wrote at 12:18:16 :

>>>Fixed Line Modem update 2

Hi TL
Many thanks for your very prompt reply.
I am a bit confused, I am using my PSTN service providers (BT) SMS telephone number, see following WEB link.
http://btbusiness.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/12574/related/1/session/L2F2LzEvdGltZS8xMzI1NDg2NTYwL3NpZC9INzRWaTZOaw%3D%3D
For outgoing Service Centre 1/ Send - '147017094009' (if CPE needs extra digits i.e. On-Air needs 15 then add in '#' or '0' until it makes the number up to 15 digits).
For incoming Service Centre 2/Receive - 0800 587 5290.
DECT (apologise I missed the T on earlier post) phones connect to a PSTN, POTS, land line, they are not cellular. Digital Enhanced Cordless Technology (DECT) phones are cordless and connect to a land line.
The first 4 digits do not need to be sent as I have CLI enabled on my line.
I do hear a burst of tones when the SMSC answers, but the software does not respond to this. I believe it could be something to so with init string.
Most of the companies under SMS central UK no longer exist so the numbers reply with NU tone.
Many thanks









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