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#35022 2-Jun-2009 13:25
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Hi guys,

Sorry if this has been already asked or is considered silly...:P
just wondering if there are ways to monitor calls/data you have made using your phone on prepay system... ie by registering with Telecom XT prepay online (i know this gives you additional $10 credit) but does it allow you do view your calls and how much it was charged etc??

Any comments on this would be much appreciated.

Thanks.

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  #220848 2-Jun-2009 13:29
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Your Telecom via TWorld?

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  #220855 2-Jun-2009 13:42
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well can i access TWorld from my iphone??
and also even just from telecom website??.. are there means of viewing all the calls and costs etc... thanks

 
 
 
 


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  #220862 2-Jun-2009 13:53
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scho047: well can i access TWorld from my iphone??

and also even just from telecom website??.. are there means of viewing all the calls and costs etc... thanks


No, you can't access TWorld from the iPhone, because the iPhone doesn't support WAP. You can visit http://pdaportal.telecom.co.nz though and go from there.







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  #220868 2-Jun-2009 13:57
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yeah i thought of that as much...
ok... so what you guys are saying is that there is a way to check your account details and how much you have spent etc from telecom website by loggin in??
(assuming you have registered with telecom) is that correct???
am used to being on plan with voda.. and tehre i was able to keep a track of what number and how long i called for etc...



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  #220919 2-Jun-2009 15:22
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and one further question... sorry for bombarding with loads of questions.....
can someone also kindly tell me the procedures with closure of accounts with vodafone following a successful number port to telecom??
i can still log into vodafone website to view my account details etc... am just concerned that they may carry on charging me as normal..... do i need to do somethign about it? or just wait and be patient...??

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  #220925 2-Jun-2009 15:25
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Give it a few days but definately ring before the end of your billing cycle. As soon as my port was completed last year I lost the ability to log in to their site.

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  #220928 2-Jun-2009 15:26
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scho047: yeah i thought of that as much...

ok... so what you guys are saying is that there is a way to check your account details and how much you have spent etc from telecom website by loggin in??

(assuming you have registered with telecom) is that correct???

am used to being on plan with voda.. and tehre i was able to keep a track of what number and how long i called for etc...


See my post here

 
 
 
 




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  #220930 2-Jun-2009 15:27
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Right, thanks for that comment Scott... good thing I still have two weeks left before it ticks over again but i know they work it out on a pro-rata rate... so will call them in couple of days.. thanks :)
just wanted to know if calling to cancel will effect the number etc on telecom thats all..



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  #220936 2-Jun-2009 15:33
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awesome! thanks for that info.... and thats exactly what i was looking for!! hope on that page it shows your call details too....
does it??
and whats the difference between (in simple terms... :P im no tech expert here!)
internet.telecom.co.nz
direct.telecom.co.nz


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  #220940 2-Jun-2009 15:40
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scho047: awesome! thanks for that info.... and thats exactly what i was looking for!! hope on that page it shows your call details too....

does it??

and whats the difference between (in simple terms... :P im no tech expert here!)

internet.telecom.co.nz

direct.telecom.co.nz




Internet is firewalled so offers a bit of protection from "hackers" etc but it may stop some applications from working, direct is opposite.

I'll change back to 3G and check what call details are shown once I'm finished listening to freitasm on Newstalk ZB which I am currently streaming live from here. (You have to be connected via Telecom to access YT, doesn't work from Orcon.


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  #220951 2-Jun-2009 15:57
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And the answer to your question:





EDIT: I haven't made any calls but suspect they will be the same as for TXTs.
It only shows the last 12 lines though . . .



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  #220952 2-Jun-2009 16:01
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awesome! thats great... ok... now how did you manage to log in to that? cos i cant....

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  #220957 2-Jun-2009 16:10
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scho047: awesome! thats great... ok... now how did you manage to log in to that? cos i cant....


What stage do you get to?

Log-in page loads?
Pushed the button to send a temporary PIN to your phone?
Received the PIN?
Logged in using temporary PIN?



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  #220959 2-Jun-2009 16:12
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well i dont even have my login details.... i get the log in page.. but how do you register? it wont let me register...

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  #220961 2-Jun-2009 16:20
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You get this page? Push the "Send new password" button and enter the security code from the image on that page and your mobile number 02XXXXXXX and you should get a text with a temporary pin

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