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  Reply # 465431 4-May-2011 20:40
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Just switched to TelecomData APN and pointed my android browser towards http://m.telecom.co.nz/yourtelecom . Result was the "Sun Java System Access Manager" Page as it used to. I can still login though using the desktop sized form.

Tried again several tmes swapping between TelecomData and TelecomDefault, finally getting sent to cwa.telecom.co.nz.

Then trying again and this time being sent to sphone.telecom.co.nz.

Cleared all cookies, cache etc and closed the browser between each APN switch.
Basically i'm getting inconsistent results here.

Trying to figure out a pattern of whats going on here.

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  Reply # 465435 4-May-2011 20:44
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eXDee: Just switched to TelecomData APN and pointed my android browser towards http://m.telecom.co.nz/yourtelecom . Result was the "Sun Java System Access Manager" Page as it used to. I can still login though using the desktop sized form.

Tried again several tmes swapping between TelecomData and TelecomDefault, finally getting sent to cwa.telecom.co.nz.

Then trying again and this time being sent to sphone.telecom.co.nz.

Cleared all cookies, cache etc and closed the browser between each APN switch.
Basically i'm getting inconsistent results here.

Trying to figure out a pattern of whats going on here.


Sorry if this is a silly question but have you restarted your phone? I had the same problem and after a restart it worked first time.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 465453 4-May-2011 21:13
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Yeah i actually tried that just after posting, and started working. Decided to try in Opera to see if it worked there. Login Page, sigh.

Might just go back to TelecomContent, that worked without a hitch no matter what browser i used.

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  Reply # 465467 4-May-2011 21:27
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chiefie: Good job.. Like how Vodafone NZ does with iPad too.

Anyhow I'm always curious as to how does the server knows which mobile number you're on?


Magic :).  Jiggery Pokery in the http headers would be my bet.





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  Reply # 465489 4-May-2011 22:16
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Can telecom fix the Your Telecom page for pc's? It is so so slow to login and when you login and start clicking on lots of links one after the other it seems to get very very slow.

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  Reply # 465494 4-May-2011 22:25
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Very useful, about time, well done :)



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  Reply # 465564 5-May-2011 08:02
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bnapi: Can telecom fix the Your Telecom page for pc's? It is so so slow to login and when you login and start clicking on lots of links one after the other it seems to get very very slow.


That is a seperate tool to the one I'm referring to here. But we're aware of some issues with the PC Your Telecom app and that's currently being investigated


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  Reply # 465584 5-May-2011 08:50
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nzbnw:
old3eyes:
nate:
akia: Just thought I'd let you know that as of 6am today the team have put through some changes to make Your Telecom easier to access for Smartphones.


Any plans to offer this for T-sticks as well?



A T-stick is better doing it online at here http://www.telecom.co.nz/mbbmeter

 


I tested going direct to m.telecom.co.nz with my T-Stick early this morning and then clicking on Your Telecom and it worked as expected with no need to login.


nzbnw


Yes it does appear to work on T-stick as well. Same login different info screen. I just checked my two sticks and found that one shows it has a text 2500 plan.  Strange for a data stick to have one of those..




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  Reply # 465774 5-May-2011 14:44
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Hi Amber ,

You may wish to pass this on to your people.

When I access this info page and look at the Plans and Activities it is rather out of date. i.e.

1. It still shows the old Prepay call rates of 89c rather than the current 69c
2. The topup period still says 6 months rather than 12 months.

But anyway thanx for post as I can now see what my account is up to..




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  Reply # 465781 5-May-2011 15:01
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Brilliant change, worked out of the box with my replacement i5503T, and it's nice that it's finally accessible via a non 3G connection with password. (I'm happier with that change the login-less Your Telecom access)

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  Reply # 474333 26-May-2011 11:59
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Been trying to access this morning from my PC to check on my data stick and mobile and get

"Forbidden
You don't have permission to access /mobile/view/account-info-view on this server."




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  Reply # 474477 26-May-2011 16:44
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See you fixed it.. Thanx..




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