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Topic # 120848 15-Jun-2013 22:09
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I've just switched ISPs from Orcon to Telecom. I really like having a small widget like that I can monitor. Is Telecom still supported with this addon, because I can't get it to work?

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  Reply # 837431 15-Jun-2013 22:29
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Give Traffic User Checker a go - http://www.tuc.co.nz/ - their BETA version supports "My Telecom" - just create a login through our website and login to TUC using the same login. The old extension you posted will no longer work due to the systems it queries getting their plugs pulled.




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  Reply # 839744 19-Jun-2013 19:24
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Works fine for me so not sure what you are on about

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  Reply # 839746 19-Jun-2013 19:27
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Working fine for me on Telecom. Well, I assume so, as I am currently unmetered due to Tivo usage upgrade work. But has worked perfectly prior to this

Edit - just read michaelmurfy's post. That makes sense. I really must check My Telecom...

Edit - yup - still pulling through Plan name and current usage (0).  Hopefully Netusage can update it to work with My Telecom, or maybe Telecom can create their own add-on :)

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