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Old 09-Dec-2004, 11:04 AM
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Ducati Assist

I have just realised that my ducati assist card was in the wallet I lost. Could anyone please tell me the phone number for them in case I should need it
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Old 09-Dec-2004, 11:25 AM
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00800 33228877
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Old 09-Dec-2004, 11:56 AM
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Thanks for that. This is exactly the sort of help that made me decide to renew my DSC membership as opposed to the DOC
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Old 09-Dec-2004, 12:06 PM
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00800 33228877

Thanks for that. This is exactly the sort of help that made me decide to renew my DSC membership as opposed to the DOC
Think there might be tooooo many 000000's:-
0800 33228877
it also looks a bit too long for 0800 number, they're usually 0800 123 4567 (or summat like that), but if anyone can confirm?

I also have the number
0800 62 22 02 for Ducati Assistance, is there a difference between assist and assistance?

How's about someone making a post of listing of significant numbers?

[Edited on 9-12-2004 by guest1]
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Old 09-Dec-2004, 11:48 PM
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00 800 is the international freephone service, and this will probably be routed through to the provider in country that you are currently in at the time - saves having a list of different numbers for different countries!
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Old 10-Dec-2004, 12:45 AM
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I can confirm the number is 00800 33228877 as unfortunately had to use them a week ago. The lady I spoke with sounded French, but her English was A1.

Half an hour later and an AA van turned up to take my brand new ST3 back to the dealer...(dud battery).
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Old 10-Dec-2004, 09:04 AM
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I can confirm the number is 00800 33228877 as unfortunately had to use them a week ago. The lady I spoke with sounded French, but her English was A1.

Half an hour later and an AA van turned up to take my brand new ST3 back to the dealer...(dud battery).

I stand corrected, but does that mean that my number is now defunct? Only had the bike 14 months and had to use the assist about 4 times already.
Think I'll keep a copy of both in the wallet, just in case
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