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#44580 28-Oct-2009 18:55
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hi,
how can i track numbers that have been called or txted from an xt phone, the recents have been deleted from the phone, is there a program that i can read the numbers that have been called on the sim, any ideas would be greatly appreciated, 


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  #267797 28-Oct-2009 18:56
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Where data is stored would depend on the phone model (which we don't know) but I'd say this is not possible after the information is deleted...






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  #267798 28-Oct-2009 19:00
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thanks for the reply, its a sony erricson C510a, so no recently dialed numbers would be stored in the sim, is there any way i can find it on the network, cheers

 
 
 
 


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  #267802 28-Oct-2009 19:04
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You can check your last ten transactions on your telecom from t word on our phone. if you have a postpaid account you can sign onto your telecom from www.telecom.co.nz and see all unbilled transactions there.



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  #267805 28-Oct-2009 19:10
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ohk sweet will have a look, how do i sign in to your telecom do i need to register the phone to your teleocm, thanks

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  #267807 28-Oct-2009 19:15
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if you access from your phone it will take you straight into your account. to access on the websitre you need to register with your account etc.



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  #267808 28-Oct-2009 19:18
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ohk sweet thanks, will do that

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