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Topic # 141170 3-Mar-2014 16:44 One person supports this post Send private message

Just a minor annoyance; it would be great if the usage meter on www.xport.co.nz page would actually show how much of my data allowance has been used. I know there are other ways to check this, but jumping on this page is nice a convenient for my customers. It will say 0MB used until I go over my data cap. Would be nice if it said e.g. 10GB of 20GB used etc.










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  Reply # 998292 3-Mar-2014 17:18 Send private message

Ditto. The Windows try icon can show this correctly, and my kids use the Android app which projects how much you will use. Would be nice if the XPort graph also gets more useful.




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  Reply # 998560 4-Mar-2014 08:09 Send private message

Feedback passed through to our Development team, hopefully this is a fix they can easily incorporate into the page. 







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