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Topic # 113269 11-Jan-2013 14:07
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Is it possible to access the Call Detail Record associated with your mobile phone number which Telecom holds.Data would include phone numbers which I have called and numbers which have called me,dates and times etc.Yes I know that I could just look at the call log on my phone but its been stolen and it would be good to retrieve some numbers which I consider important to me personally.Didn't make back up record of contacts and phone wasn't synced with my google account,doh.

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  Reply # 743292 11-Jan-2013 14:09
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Are you a postpay or prepay?




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  Reply # 743294 11-Jan-2013 14:13
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No way for incoming calls

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 743312 11-Jan-2013 14:48
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If you are a Telecom postpaid mobile customer you can sign in/register for Your Telecom at the Telecom website. From there you can see a list of all unbilled outgoing calls. Depending on when your billing anniversary date is you should be able to get a reasonable list of numbers you have called.





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  Reply # 743402 11-Jan-2013 16:28
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Email me pl at telecom dot co dot nz and i will see what can be done. Need some proof of who you are and that you own the number, plus how far do you need to go back?



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  Reply # 743634 12-Jan-2013 01:21
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I'm on a prepay plan.It seems plambrechtsen might be able to work some magic :-).

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  Reply # 743895 12-Jan-2013 22:12
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J0shB: I'm on a prepay plan.It seems plambrechtsen might be able to work some magic :-).


Prepaid may be an issue.....

I'll see what can be done, but I'm not making any promises...

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