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# 109037 11-Sep-2012 14:22
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Hi everyone,
seeing as I registered 2050 days ago I thought it was about time I introduced myself.
I'm a developer, I make the free app Traffic Usage Checker (TUC) -- damn handy for us poor New Zealanders that have to worry about how much data they're using. http://www.tuc.co.nz 

I'm also working on a website that I'll post about when it's ready... which will hopefully be soon.
Anyway this will turn into spam if I'm not careful so I'll stop there.
If you got this far, congrats, have a great day :P

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  # 684400 11-Sep-2012 14:33
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It dosent seem quite right to say "welcome" when you've been here that long.... ;)

So.... gidday :)




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  # 684413 11-Sep-2012 14:50
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Welcome aboard for old times sake!




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  # 684417 11-Sep-2012 14:53
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TUC has been great when i had a data cap... but since i have AYCE now it doesn't handle that very well so its not open anymore.

would of been nice to still be able to use it to have a desktop tracker of data used.

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  # 684423 11-Sep-2012 15:04
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I do have a data cap so could use TUC...but my line speed would never let me hit my cap anyway... might install TUC for my folks thinking about it :)




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  # 684440 11-Sep-2012 15:34
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Welcome to Geekzone hidden one




that would be an ecumenical matter



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  # 684462 11-Sep-2012 16:17
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Thanks for the "welcome" guys... Wink

almaznz: TUC has been great when i had a data cap... but since i have AYCE now it doesn't handle that very well so its not open anymore.

would of been nice to still be able to use it to have a desktop tracker of data used.


How does it not handle an unlimited plan? If you set the cap to 0 it just shows the amount used... having said that, it probably doesn't handle it because it can't find the cap, if you send me your rawout.htm file I can fix this...
Not that I want to turn this into a TUC thread or anything... there's a whole forum for that :)

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