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Oblivian
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  #814905 9-May-2013 22:48
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I was pointing out TUC gives the Mb/day etc they required :)

Dev is onto it, latest one supports the myaccount login ID too :D

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  #815583 11-May-2013 02:15
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Oblivian: I was pointing out TUC gives the Mb/day etc they required :)

Dev is onto it, latest one supports the myaccount login ID too :D


Cool

 
 
 
 


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  #815584 11-May-2013 02:17
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surfisup1000:
plambrechtsen: 

Preaching to the converted...


And....????  


I can't speak for Telecom but software development in a large company typically goes like this:

You ask me for a new feature in the software, I tell you: Anything is possible given unlimited time and money!

Then I ask you at which position in my list of 200 other features/bug fixes you would like it to go... then I tell you where it will actually go based on how important/powerful you are and how good you idea is and how many users it will benefit... Legions of accountants and laywer's spend 12 months reviewing the list to analyse the financial and legal implications.

In an alternative universe at a small company... At 4pm on a friday I check the NZTA traffic cams and the traffic looks bad so I crack open a beer write the API in a couple of hours commit it to the build server, the tests all pass and it's automatically deployed to live, then I go home.



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  #815586 11-May-2013 03:11
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plambrechtsen:
Ragnor:
Oblivian: TUC.. nuff said.

(I've said it many times in the past 7 or so years ;)

http://www.tuc.co.nz/index.php?page=download

It has what you ask for.. daily limit etc


It scrapes the old usage page so it will need to be updated the the old usage page is retired.

Would be nice if Telecom expose an API or xml or json feed.


Preaching to the converted...


Any word on why the limitations on password dimensions was introduced? It would have been easier to set minimums only IMO...

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  #815590 11-May-2013 03:34
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Oblivian: I was pointing out TUC gives the Mb/day etc they required :)

Dev is onto it, latest one supports the myaccount login ID too :D


I just tested this and it failed with an authentication error. I'm 1.88, is that the latest?

V1.88
* Updated Maxnet and Woosh support.
* Added support for Telecom, logging in via "Your Telecom".

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  #815591 11-May-2013 03:45
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1.88 works for me but not sure if using the old page or new for telecom

however it seems 2-3gb different to what the new web page says
says used more then what telecom my telecom page is saying..


telecoms says 141.4gb and the TUC says 144,8

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  #815979 11-May-2013 22:50
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So filled in the registration form for My Telecom and at right the end I get this (below)... Frown

Please put this at the start if whatever back-end it communicates it down!



 
 
 
 


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Why has the ability to use a symbol in your password been removed and at the same time a password strength shown? This change makes passwords far weaker. I can't use my standard type passwords which are very Strong.

I like the rest of the changes though, including showing more info and change options, found out I had number display hidden on my home line so got that turned off.

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