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Master Geek


#35254 7-Jun-2009 09:51
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Hi guys... 


just a quick thread to see if anyone has actually successfully been registered with Telecom online with their prepaid sim and get info on your account online as well as get $10 additional credit?? 


ive been trying but FAIL :P hehe...


thanks.

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  #222461 7-Jun-2009 15:53
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wheres the link to register your number? i cant find it. Then i can try and see if it works.




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  #222467 7-Jun-2009 16:11
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oh did you not even know the link? :P

well this is the link here...

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


check it out and let me know :) thanks..

 
 
 
 


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  #222471 7-Jun-2009 16:40
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yeps, it doesnt work. might have to call 123 or ask one of the telecom people on GZ.




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  #222491 7-Jun-2009 17:32
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Right... i somehow managed to get registered online... and received an email from Telecom saying thanks for registering etc etc.... and advising that i will be getting a sms message from them with the voucher code.... with in an hour... well an hour has well and truly past... and NO SMS message..... so i guess its still a FAIL!!!!!
i like everything about XT to date and am glad that i have made the move... but things do take time for them to get it sorted... wonder if it will ever get sent.... hmmmmm

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  #222660 8-Jun-2009 13:02
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I have sucessfully registered and recieved my $10 credit - after Calling 0800323232 and getting them to put my number on the database its a painless 10 minute process in the phillipines







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  #222688 8-Jun-2009 14:20
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hey guys... just an update...
i also had to call telecom in person to get them to recognise my number and then for me to register.. but the text message of the voucher never came... and so called again for them to upload it manually...
but it all worked out at the end :)

apart from few phone calls to telecom... the experience of the network has been great!

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Ultimate Geek


  #223821 11-Jun-2009 01:59
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I was finally able to register my prepaid SIM online just a while ago, and I was TXTed the $10 reload voucher code almost immediately thereafter.


Just a heads up for whoever wants to register their prepaid SIM online without the hassle of having to call up.

 
 
 
 


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  #223822 11-Jun-2009 02:35
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Thanks for the headsup, just worked for me too finally, good to see they fixed the issue.

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  #223892 11-Jun-2009 10:17
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worked for me

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  #224085 11-Jun-2009 17:20
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Doesn't work. Bought the SIM last week and definitely sent txts and surfed online a little with it.

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#224097 11-Jun-2009 17:38
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Still unable to register after 6 days and too da*m busy to fart about dialling 0800 whatever.

FAIL!

So far not really impressed by Telecom and the XT launch.
Roll on 2 Degrees.

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