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  Reply # 646776 27-Jun-2012 07:39 Send private message

Hi Mr Skinny

It is more than three months now, are you guys any closer to a solution?

Thanks.

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  Reply # 647134 27-Jun-2012 17:44 Send private message

AKLWestie: Hi Mr Skinny

It is more than three months now, are you guys any closer to a solution?

Thanks.


Hi still working on it I'm afraid.  We have recently had some new people start so I have been able to split the MMS and Short Codes issues between different teams, which will help get both going quicker.

 

 



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  Reply # 653356 10-Jul-2012 10:02 Send private message

Really? I mean seriously? This is still an issue? I understand that there are certain processes etc that need to be followed with developing and releasing, but has this reached an almost unbelievable duration now?

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  Reply # 664531 31-Jul-2012 13:01 Send private message

LivingSkinny:
AKLWestie: Hi Mr Skinny

It is more than three months now, are you guys any closer to a solution?

Thanks.


Hi still working on it I'm afraid.  We have recently had some new people start so I have been able to split the MMS and Short Codes issues between different teams, which will help get both going quicker.


Any update? Not fussed about MMS but the Short Codes is becoming more and more of an issue. Wife bought some NZ film fest tickets that were meant to be delivered via txt, never arrived.

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  Reply # 664718 31-Jul-2012 16:20 Send private message

To the Skinny Team: It really is more and more of an issue everyday because it's taking months too long i won't go into every detail as i'm not one to be troll.

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  Reply # 664731 31-Jul-2012 16:28 Send private message

Monza:
LivingSkinny:
AKLWestie: Hi Mr Skinny

It is more than three months now, are you guys any closer to a solution?

Thanks.


Hi still working on it I'm afraid.  We have recently had some new people start so I have been able to split the MMS and Short Codes issues between different teams, which will help get both going quicker.


Any update? Not fussed about MMS but the Short Codes is becoming more and more of an issue. Wife bought some NZ film fest tickets that were meant to be delivered via txt, never arrived.


We have to work with each of the companies that offer short code services individually (there are about 30 of them).  We're working with 1 initially to get the process right.  We have had successful testing going on this week and I aim to be able to launch the first codes on Thursday.  I know it has taken forever - sorry.   

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  Reply # 664735 31-Jul-2012 16:36 Send private message

What did the national bank say about it, as surely it is their problem. I use that service, and I think you can turn it off. But if your can't there is no other way to access online banking as it doesn't allow you to log in without the code. These banks should have the token system that rabobank uses. I don't see how txting a phone is that secure.



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  Reply # 665748 1-Aug-2012 21:50 Send private message

We have to work with each of the companies that offer short code services individually (there are about 30 of them).  We're working with 1 initially to get the process right.  We have had successful testing going on this week and I aim to be able to launch the first codes on Thursday.  I know it has taken forever - sorry.   


Does the 1st service provider you mentioned cover the National Bank and ASB?

I can't wait...

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  Reply # 665757 1-Aug-2012 22:10 Send private message

AKLWestie:
We have to work with each of the companies that offer short code services individually (there are about 30 of them).  We're working with 1 initially to get the process right.  We have had successful testing going on this week and I aim to be able to launch the first codes on Thursday.  I know it has taken forever - sorry.   


Does the 1st service provider you mentioned cover the National Bank and ASB?

I can't wait...


National Bank yes - ASB will be later



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  Reply # 665777 1-Aug-2012 22:29 Send private message

National Bank yes


That's great.  Would you mind to post an update here once it gone live so I can test it out?

Thanks!

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  Reply # 665923 2-Aug-2012 10:07 Send private message

AKLWestie:
National Bank yes


That's great.  Would you mind to post an update here once it gone live so I can test it out?


OK should be good to go - let me know how you get on Smile

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  Reply # 665924 2-Aug-2012 10:09 Send private message

If all working, please do ASB next.

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  Reply # 666424 2-Aug-2012 17:58 Send private message

Hopefully all the others get rolled out sometime soon...



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  Reply # 666550 2-Aug-2012 21:16 Send private message

I would like to confirm that National Bank's Online Code works with Skinny.

What's next? ASB?



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  Reply # 669242 7-Aug-2012 19:57 Send private message



OK should be good to go - let me know how you get on Smile


Hi Mr Skinny, can you tell us what/who is next on the fix list?

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