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Topic # 105916 13-Jul-2012 21:25
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just received an email from mylotto mentioning they have new main/mobile websites coming soon

I managed to discover the links, they seems to work fine
I purchased a ticket with the mobile version

https://test.mylotto.co.nz

https://m.mylotto.co.nz

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  Reply # 655289 13-Jul-2012 22:59
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Links don't seem to work any more!
Yay for non- flash version though. Hopefully the UI is less clunky.

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Joseph

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  Reply # 655290 13-Jul-2012 23:07
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Remove the %20/ from the urls and they work fine.




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  Reply # 655369 14-Jul-2012 10:05
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ZollyMonsta: Remove the %20/ from the urls and they work fine.


Aah, indeed you are correct.

New site looks great, a huge improvement IMHO. Just bought my ticket for tonight's draw, hopefully it is valid... Surely the new site is just another interface to the same back end.

Seems to be much faster to buy a ticket, interface is much more straightforward.

I have hardly bought a paper ticket in the last couple of years, at last I can buy via my iPad when out and about, when i remember at 1845 on a Saturday!

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  Reply # 655379 14-Jul-2012 10:20
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Needs another check though before purchasIng tickets. I somehow bought ANOTHER ticket for tonight's draw haha.




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  Reply # 655380 14-Jul-2012 10:23
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ZollyMonsta: Needs another check though before purchasIng tickets. I somehow bought ANOTHER ticket for tonight's draw haha.


Oh whoops, lol. I keep my balance at 0 and top up $12 each week for a power dip.
It's one website where I don't mind having to enter my password twice to buy a ticket (login and top up), when my real money is involved!


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  Reply # 655572 14-Jul-2012 15:23
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So much better now!!!
Love the fact that flash has been eliminated!

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  Reply # 655698 14-Jul-2012 20:13
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I think their decision to use flash was a 'good idea at the  time' but obviously the world has (mostly) moved away from being flash dependent. Glad to see them moving with the times. Now if only they support Amex as a method of payment!

*cough* datacom

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