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Topic # 105789 10-Jul-2012 19:18
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Hi there Telecom,

IS there any trick to getting your music centre to download tracks?
I go there, hit BUY and nothing happens.

I'm on your network via Digitalsland.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 653851 11-Jul-2012 08:39
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Hi - I've just tested with a DI test sim I sourced and I was able to purchase a track fine.

On your S3, when using the app, do the buttons with the price appear with a NZD$ or just with a $ symbol?

We have found that if a device isn't set to NZ English or doesn't have that language setting, that prices appear with NZD$, which is fine, but for some reason you need to press the buy button 3 times for a purchase to be made.

Its in the list of bugs to fix.


Let me know if this is the case.
Cheers
AB
Senior Product Manager - Data and VAS



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  Reply # 653978 11-Jul-2012 13:16
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andyb: Hi - I've just tested with a DI test sim I sourced and I was able to purchase a track fine.

On your S3, when using the app, do the buttons with the price appear with a NZD$ or just with a $ symbol?

We have found that if a device isn't set to NZ English or doesn't have that language setting, that prices appear with NZD$, which is fine, but for some reason you need to press the buy button 3 times for a purchase to be made.

Its in the list of bugs to fix.


Let me know if this is the case.
Cheers
AB
Senior Product Manager - Data and VAS


Yep, the buy button 3 times works for me..thanks for the help.

Sweet

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 654002 11-Jul-2012 14:12
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Being able to buy songs locally have made my day today...

Well done Telecom, keep up the good work.





And gimme Jellybean..ha!

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  Reply # 654262 12-Jul-2012 00:05
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Is it only supposed to work for telecom customers?
I would have assumed it'd charge through my google account but when i went to buy a song to test it out it came up with an error telling me to call 123

well that's a bit of a fail, telecom. reducing your profit there i see.





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  Reply # 654301 12-Jul-2012 08:41
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Its the Telecom Music Store, and will work for Telecom Customers only as tracks and albums are billed to the customers mobile account, not via Google or Credit Card.

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  Reply # 654319 12-Jul-2012 09:07
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I really want to give this store a go, but whenever I find content I may want, its unavailable.

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  Reply # 654429 12-Jul-2012 11:38
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We currently have 1 million tracks and are working hard to build this up as quickly as we can, both new content but also back catalogue - as you will appreciate there's a lot of music out there, and a lot of different tastes!

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