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  #2057402 16-Jul-2018 22:37
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yitz: Haha I see the old usage meter has finally been shut down. https://www.spark.co.nz/jetstreamum/xtraSum

 

Today was day one of our next launch, expect to see more of the legacy tools go eventually.

 

i'm not sure the xtrameter went as part of this release, pretty sure it was earlier..

 

 

 

I must say, the improvements that have gone into the new ones (eg, case tracker.) are very much end to end. not second thought.

 

OP has the added advantage of the "Check my broadband" tool too, this status's direct from all the network components (eg. DSL/ONT, Auth etc)





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  #2057418 16-Jul-2018 23:06
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My favourite Spark quirk at the moment is having signed up for a broadband plan a few months back and signing up for mySpark at the same time, I still receive an odd e-mail notification reminding me to sign up for mySpark every few weeks.


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My favourite Spark quirk at the moment is having signed up for a broadband plan a few months back and signing up for mySpark at the same time, I still receive an odd e-mail notification reminding me to sign up for mySpark every few weeks.

 

 

Flick me some details, I'll sort that quirk while i've got the folk in arms reach.





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