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How to access T-World from your iPhone

, posted: 9-Sep-2009 15:32

Here are some simple instructions on how to access T-World on your XT connected iPhone.

Remember you can only access T-World if you are connected to the XT Network

Using Safari browse to http://pdaportal.telecom.co.nz



This should present you with a log in screen


 
Select “Send New Password”

This will open up a new “page” for you to get a password sent to your mobile as a text message



 Once you’ve filled in the details and selected "Get Mobile Password", you’ll be sent a text message with a temporary password.




 

Return to the original Safari Page and enter your phone number and the temporary password.



You will now be redirected to the T-World front page



 






















Now you can select “Your Telecom” to view your account details.


 
You can set a permanent password by using the link at the bottom of the page "Manage Password"


Other related posts:
Mobile Technology Seminar - Auckland
Technology Seminar - open invitation (date change)
XT Network SIM PIN's & PUKs




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