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# 37096 7-Jul-2009 13:45
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I just discovered in a post here on geekzone that you can text BAL to 333 to get you balance via text, I hadn't seen or heard of this anywhere before this so I was just curious if anyone knows of any other codes such as to check your addons or mobile data balance?




Vodafone has many of these telecom seems to have them but isn't making them straightforward or obvious.

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  # 232046 7-Jul-2009 14:14
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none that im aware of for text/prepay balances... however it would be great if telecom could adopt this service.




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  # 232076 7-Jul-2009 14:54
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Yep if you text 'bal' to 333 you will get your balance and texts sent that month to your handset. Please note that this is only for prepaid users.

You can also text a number to 300 to check which network a user is on (i.e. Vodafone or Telecom).

Also for XT users they have Tworld which has 'Your Telecom' on it. This is a free service that outlines your plan and what you've currently used. Shows more information then what we can put into 160 characters :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 232087 7-Jul-2009 15:33
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Note 'Tworld' is only for WAP capable phones.



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  # 232092 7-Jul-2009 15:49
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I can access T-World on my iPhone but it locks up if I try access My Telecom

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  # 232101 7-Jul-2009 16:04
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Nope Tworld is available via all PDA's however the URL changes and it is http://pdaportal.telecom.co.nz

You can access Your Telecom from there :)

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