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27th September 2014, 08:49 AM |#91  
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if you got CLI ERROR at registration
IMPORTANT: if you got CLI ERROR at registration:

ringtext uses your phone number to make messaging with friends and contacts easy. The phone number verification process is designed to be as simple as possible, but if you are having trouble verifying your number, please inform us at

To make youre registration successful, it is required that ringtext makes a missed call to our servers located in Amsterdam. This is only to capture your CLI on our servers, the ringtext app will disconnect automatically and we will not answer your call. So registration (number verification process) is 100% free.

We are receiving from users all over the world (most from India) they cannot register because of corrupted CLI.
This is why: If we recieve on our server the number 196585 instead of the full number +919418159976.
It is required that we receive your CLI correctly for the app to work! Of course there is already a user registered for the CLI "196585" (the corrupt one), so the system thinks you are that user and ask you to enter the password. Sorry Its your (India) provider who does not plays the rules correctly with handling CLI format.

You can test your CLI with this site (NOTE It's NOT FREE if you call from outside the USA). But it works great. I called from The Netherlands and it cost me arround 0,20

We noticed also In some countries you have to add after the 00 or + an extra carrier in the phone number
For example ringtext dials for registration 00 31 20 XXXXXXX in Chile it should dial 00 123 31 20 xxxxxxx
(where 123 is the carrier). check here for more info
To add the carrier in a number not yet build in ringtext.
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