Mobile phones have been through a very long way from being a normal communication device that sends text messages and makes phone calls. The modern smartphones have been now introduced and they are now capable of handling your social life, keeps a tab of your personal information and gives you a portal into the world of streaming entertainment. But as we all know that you can get the best of your mobile phone if you have a very good and strong network.
Vodafone has grown up to be one of the best and top ranked telecom companies of this world. It has millions of users and everyone is impressed by its services, starting from call and SMS plans to data plans and all of them are offered at a very affordable rate. The normal capability of a phone is still very much in use and so any error related to phone calls and messaging are considered as a very big problem.
The Vodafone Nz Error 38 has been a common issue and headache for network carriers among Europe and Asia and it is normally denoted by a notification that says – ‘Error 38: Unable to send SMS’. Definitely we cannot associate one problem with a specific place. On the basis of community forums, it can be said that Vodafone Nz Error 38 can occur because of poor network coverage in a region, conflict between preset network settings and settings sent by network carrier and also it might be a problem with the physical condition of the SIM card.
When Error 38 occurs, you cannot send messages to anyone. Every time, message sending fails when you experience Error 38. Users of Vodafone are now coming up with various complaints related to this problem. A few users said that they have not included any number in their phone block list but still, message sending fails when they try to send any. Also, in other cases, the error occurs in terms of just a few numbers and in some, it occurs for each and every number. If the problem has not been solved yet, you can follow these steps to solve the issue by yourself –
- Restart your device. This normally works because everything goes back to normal when you switch off your device.
- Select the Vodafone network manually by going to the Settings of your phone.
- You can manually set the SMSC and you can contact the Vodafone network operator to get the correct SMSC number for your area.
- Reset your network settings and this will clear the saved settings for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Mobile Network.