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Topic # 120882 17-Jun-2013 09:37
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Every day for the past few years I have checked our office   ASDL usage  at this above address.  It seems to have gone AWOL since about last Thursday




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  Reply # 837965 17-Jun-2013 10:36
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If you read the My Telecom threads, you'll see that was intentional. The old broadband usage meter is being retired in favour of logging into My Telecom and seeing it there.

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  Reply # 837987 17-Jun-2013 11:17
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Omg I haven't seen that name in a while.... _"jetstream" loll

Anyway back to topic...

Yup telecom have upgraded there online services and now is checked through my telecom

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  Reply # 837988 17-Jun-2013 11:24
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Goodbye old ancient systems.
Hello My Telecom.

Tip: Sign up to My Telecom, use the latest TUC beta to track your usage.






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  Reply # 838042 17-Jun-2013 12:27
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Thanx guys. I did find another another address to use rather than going thru the hoops of doing a "Your Telecom" setup..




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  Reply # 838053 17-Jun-2013 12:58
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old3eyes: Thanx guys. I did find another another address to use rather than going thru the hoops of doing a "Your Telecom" setup..


If it's still using the old username / password it's due to be retired very soon
You're best to use My Telecom + TUC which sits in your tray and updates every hour, it's a quick way of doing it.






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  Reply # 838138 17-Jun-2013 15:16
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michaelmurfy:
old3eyes: Thanx guys. I did find another another address to use rather than going thru the hoops of doing a "Your Telecom" setup..


If it's still using the old username / password it's due to be retired very soon
You're best to use My Telecom + TUC which sits in your tray and updates every hour, it's a quick way of doing it.


Tried  TUC  on my home account  just now  and no go.  

6/17/2013 3:12:01 PM Error parsing page! If problem persists, a program update may be necessary (check for latest beta).

I suspect it's because I have two landlines and two internet accounts  tied to the one  Telecom account..

Edit.  Had a look at the rawout.htm  and see that it goes and looks at the same link I use for the office internet today.  I put in the office account details and it works.   Not too worried about the  home internet though..




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  Reply # 838371 17-Jun-2013 21:35
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Did you change it to My Telecom? There's 2 entries in there for Telecom.






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  Reply # 838480 18-Jun-2013 08:33
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michaelmurfy: Did you change it to My Telecom? There's 2 entries in there for Telecom.


Tried My Telecom.  Don't have a user ID  of user@xtra.co.nz .  I just use  my old Orcon email address and current password.

As I said I suspect the app can't handle more than one internet account  per Telecom account..   Good for work though as it solved the problem.




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