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# 39707 18-Aug-2009 15:19
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Hi,


I've been on XT postpaid for a couple of months and I'm trying to track my usage so that I can decide which plan is best for me in the long term. My printed bill shows the number of local and international text messages, and the online mobile broadband usage meter shows how many MB I've used, so that's good.


I'm trying to find details of my calls. The printed bill only states how many calls I've made, not the lengths of them. Your Telecom shows itemised usage for the current month, but I can't see any way to get previous details.


How can I get a list of all the calls that I've made?


Thanks :)

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  # 248213 18-Aug-2009 15:30
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i belive if you register on your telecom you can view previous bills, or you can request another copy be sent out to you. also it does show you the length of the calls if you go through it



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  # 248223 18-Aug-2009 15:56
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The PDF bills on Your Telecom seem to be identical to the printed ones. They do not list my calls. Is there another "show bill" feature hiding somewhere, other than the PDF one?

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