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SMS Functionality from Galaxy Control Panels Using PSTN

Honeywell Security Group has recently received the following email extract from the BSIA (British Security Industry Association), regarding the O2 network and the TAP gateway used for SMS texting via PSTN. The O2 centre number (07860 980480) has been unreliable for a period of time, and even though the panel will transmit the message, a failure by the O2 server will result in an “SMS Comm Fail”...
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Galaxy G2 to text my mobile

Question: I have finished installing my G2 +44 alarm last week after ironing out the final problems. All works well but I would like it to text me when there was an alarm trigger. I have a Virgin phone line and a Virgin mobile.From what I have recently learned the panel uses the tap protocol to send the message. Ideally I just want to be paying for the odd text message in an alarm situation. Is t...
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I’ve got a Galaxy G2-20 which has been using the SMS feature by the O2 gateway on my BT line.. however now sadly the service has died (constant engaged tone).

Hi all, I've got a Galaxy G2-20 which has been using the SMS feature by the O2 gateway on my BT line.. however now sadly the service has died (constant engaged tone). So I need to get my G2-20 to speak to the outside world once more. After a night of googling it seems that non of the other SMS gateways either work or work with non subscribers. So its looking like a GSM card (horrificly...
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Do you use TAP messaging on your Honeywell Galaxy alarm systems?

If you have "Honeywell Galaxy or Texecom alarm systems" and you used to use the O2 TAP messaging service which was withdraw in 2011 or you currently use the Vodafone TAP messaging service and you are dissatisfied with their service, we have the solution for you! OpenTelecom have just released in December 2012 the OpenTAP Gateway the free of charge TAP to SMS/Email messaging PSTN dial-up service...
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Sony Xperia T vs Samsung Galaxy S3 at IFA 2012

We placed Samsung's current flagship the Samsung Galaxy S3 alongside Sony's newly announced Android flagship the Sony Xperia T to see which appears to offer better general performance whilst we were at IFA in Berlin. Check out Recombu.com to see more of the Sony Xperia T and other handsets we got ahold of.
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