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# 38192 25-Jul-2009 09:53
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Still new to Telecom mobile broadband.

Is there any thing like TXT "bal" to 777 for get balances in Telecom mobile?

I called contact centre but they can't help me, they said only way is access Mytelecom to get the balance, however since my device is "prepaid mobile device", my mobile phonenumber is unable to located by the Telecom user registeration system. (Telecom representitive said I need at least one on-account to register.. what the....)

So I can't get registered and I can't use *333 because it's data device.

Thus I'm really confused now.

Is there anyway to access my remaining data and credit balance quick and easy?



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  # 238849 25-Jul-2009 10:07
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Text "bal" to 333.

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  # 238852 25-Jul-2009 10:15
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Wow... Thanks! Hope it's free service as Vodafone.

BTW, still can't get remaining data balance, only able to get credit balance.

Is there any service to get me remaning data balance (approx)?


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  # 238854 25-Jul-2009 10:23
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You can register your account online and see a chart with your mobile broadband usage. Just visit the Telecom homepage and follow the links to register for My Telecom.

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  # 238877 25-Jul-2009 11:39
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You can check your data by going to when your connected via XT.

Your Telecom (on the website) is only for postpaid customers.


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