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June 04, 2009

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PhotoBert

You indicate that a "valid Italian cellphone (mobile) number" is needed. Do you know if ANY italian phone number will work? Specifically, with a phone rented in the US with an Italian SIM card?

Richard Akerman

It authenticates by sending an SMS message to the number provided, it will only send a message to an Italian phone number.

So it doesn't have to be an Italian cellphone, just an Italian number that can receive SMS.

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