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    • MSE Callum
    • By MSE Callum 10th Oct 17, 1:45 PM
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    MSE News: EE and Virgin mobile phone users 'unable to make calls'
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    • 10th Oct 17, 1:45 PM
    MSE News: EE and Virgin mobile phone users 'unable to make calls' 10th Oct 17 at 1:45 PM
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    • CKhalvashi
    • By CKhalvashi 10th Oct 17, 10:36 PM
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    Very. Suppose it were your father and he was ill or lying hurt? As stated, sexist compounded by your last comment.
    Originally posted by mobilejunkie
    Then he would likely call for an ambulance, as the AA wouldn't be his priority. If he was too ill (a completely different scenario from a fluid leak while in a car park) to do that then I'd hope someone passing would do so for him, as I would for you or anyone else.

    My mother drives 30 miles of fast roads each way during rush hour, my father drives 4 miles each way at unsocial times. Who is more likely to break down, and who is more likely to be in more danger as a result of breaking down? OH (who is very much female) commutes 60ish miles of motorway however would likely sort herself out, not that I wouldn't help if I could. At least there is a hard shoulder along the route though.

    I have at no time today been ill, neither to the best of my knowledge has anyone I know, and at no time have I attempted to be sexist.
    "I kada sanjamo san, nek bude hiljadu raznih boja" (L. Stamenkovic)

    Call me Remainer or Romaniac, but not Remoaner. It's insulting and I have the right to have my voice heard too.

    I can spell, my iPad can't.
    • mobilejunkie
    • By mobilejunkie 10th Oct 17, 11:08 PM
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    It obviously comes naturally to you. You don't have to try.
    • POPPYOSCAR
    • By POPPYOSCAR 11th Oct 17, 2:46 PM
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    POPPYOSCAR
    Then he would likely call for an ambulance, as the AA wouldn't be his priority. If he was too ill (a completely different scenario from a fluid leak while in a car park) to do that then I'd hope someone passing would do so for him, as I would for you or anyone else.

    My mother drives 30 miles of fast roads each way during rush hour, my father drives 4 miles each way at unsocial times. Who is more likely to break down, and who is more likely to be in more danger as a result of breaking down? OH (who is very much female) commutes 60ish miles of motorway however would likely sort herself out, not that I wouldn't help if I could. At least there is a hard shoulder along the route though.

    I have at no time today been ill, neither to the best of my knowledge has anyone I know, and at no time have I attempted to be sexist.
    Originally posted by CKhalvashi
    I would not worry about it.

    I do not think you are sexist.

    That poster justs wants an argument by the look of it.

    My Husband stood to one side today when we were in the bank to let me go out first.

    No doubt some will cry 'sexist' I say' gentleman'.
    • Ian011
    • By Ian011 16th Oct 17, 3:11 PM
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    Their landline customer service numbers are not working.
    EE landline 0845 412 5000.
    Originally posted by john539
    That 0845 number is incorrect. Usage of premium rate 0845 numbers for customer service lines has been illegal since 13 June 2014.
    • AndyPK
    • By AndyPK 16th Oct 17, 7:25 PM
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    try dialing 150



    I think the annoying thing is, that i'm sure the same thing happened about a year ago! Maybe a little longer
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