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Topic # 107946 22-Aug-2012 22:03 Send private message

I have a T-Stick on Prepaid. I know with a Vodafone one you can text BAL to 777 and get an SMS back with your current balance. Does Telecom have this as well, or do I need to call *333 from a phone?

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  Reply # 675698 22-Aug-2012 22:05 Send private message

send bal to 333

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  Reply # 675700 22-Aug-2012 22:06 Send private message

If you've got a TStick just go to the Broadband meter and check there, the site is zero rated on mobile.

http://www.telecom.co.nz/mbbmeter

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  Reply # 675701 22-Aug-2012 22:07 Send private message

quickymart: I have a T-Stick on Prepaid. I know with a Vodafone one you can text BAL to 777 and get an SMS back with your current balance. Does Telecom have this as well, or do I need to call *333 from a phone?


Put it in your computer, connect, open up m.telecom.co.nz and click on 'your telecom' which is where the balance will be displayed.




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  Reply # 675815 23-Aug-2012 09:26 Send private message

Do what sbiddle says.. It's the quickest way..




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