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is it possible to request a phone number not showing up on your itemised bill for a short time? if so how would you do this and could you reverse it at any time

 

thanks gail

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Unfortunately not. All numbers dialled as far as I know will show up on your bill.

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jonsie
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Unfortunately not. All numbers dialled as far as I know will show up on your bill.

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Anonymous
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i know my husband has texted a number all the time as i have seen it on his phone before he deletes it. but when i log on his account this number doesn't show....

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Anonymous
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Hi,

 

 

Lets hope its all innocent.

 

Possibly a payg sim account is being used to text this number and not his contract pay monthly number.

 

 

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Anonymous
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thanks but no its defo his pay monthly
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Anonymous
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Hi,

 

 

Well then is a conundrum as O2 would not in my knowledge omit any info from an official bill.

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Anonymous
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Just a thought is it messages sent through an app if so could be using data so would not show messages on bill

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Messages he's not that clever x
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@Anonymous wrote:
Messages he's not that clever x

You could always be mistaken!

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