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  Reply # 912093 10-Oct-2013 14:31
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Wish there was some way to look at some detail of what i'm being billed for before my bill arrives. All I can currently see is the value of the unbilled amount.




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  Reply # 916190 16-Oct-2013 16:58
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I wish it would remember my password so when I connect over wifi I don't have to type it in. Even if it only remembers it for a week or a month that's fine. It would be reasonable to validate the password before purchasing extras.

Also, why can't I buy bundles of extra voice minutes like I can txt and data? I'll work around it by using Skype, but it's a bit inconsistent.




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  Reply # 916270 16-Oct-2013 19:19
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timmmay: I wish it would remember my password so when I connect over wifi I don't have to type it in. Even if it only remembers it for a week or a month that's fine. It would be reasonable to validate the password before purchasing extras.

Also, why can't I buy bundles of extra voice minutes like I can txt and data? I'll work around it by using Skype, but it's a bit inconsistent.


If you click up the top right of the app there is the auto sign in checkbox that works over 3g and Wifi.

Plus the password is good for one year. I should know since I built it.

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  Reply # 916283 16-Oct-2013 19:53
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Ah I see it now thanks. It's top left, and the standard android menu button doesn't pop it out so I bet many people never find it. Maybe a small tweak for the next version.




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  Reply # 916458 17-Oct-2013 08:55
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timmmay: Ah I see it now thanks. It's top left, and the standard android menu button doesn't pop it out so I bet many people never find it. Maybe a small tweak for the next version.


I seem to remember when I first ran up the app and logged in it asked me if I wanted to remember the password.  I clicked yes and never had to do it again until the password expires next Year I guess. 




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  Reply # 916505 17-Oct-2013 10:10
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old3eyes:
timmmay: Ah I see it now thanks. It's top left, and the standard android menu button doesn't pop it out so I bet many people never find it. Maybe a small tweak for the next version.


I seem to remember when I first ran up the app and logged in it asked me if I wanted to remember the password.  I clicked yes and never had to do it again until the password expires next Year I guess. 


And if you talk to me nicely I can see if I can make the password expire after a longer time....

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  Reply # 916510 17-Oct-2013 10:16
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I think annual password entry is fairly acceptable.




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  Reply # 916550 17-Oct-2013 12:20
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Just as I was getting used to T-Mobile pink icon the latest update went to green .. You have been busy again Peter..

12 month password reset is fine with me..




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  Reply # 916646 17-Oct-2013 15:45
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But I liked the pink! Maybe allow the option to switch between icon colours heh.




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