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Topic # 54722 19-Dec-2009 17:56
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Hi, I have just got a new phone on the XT netowrk and am on the prepaid $1/day for 10mb download plan.
I was wondering if there is a way to check and see how much data I have downloaded each day so I can make sure im not going over the 10mb

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  Reply # 284058 19-Dec-2009 18:05
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If you open the browser on your phone and visit My Telecom there will be a page there with all the information about your account.

If you are on account then you can also create an online login on and check details there.

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  Reply # 284061 19-Dec-2009 18:52
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When I goto the my telecom page it says: Mobile account details can not be displayed please contact telecom or ring *123 for account information and plans


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  Reply # 284099 19-Dec-2009 22:43
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If you go to then you can check your usage.

Once you have your One Time Password, you can then go to and set your password to something better so it won't expire.

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  Reply # 284119 20-Dec-2009 01:00
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It might take a couple of days for 'your telecom' to show up on the WAP

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  Reply # 284293 21-Dec-2009 08:40
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another option for you is to call *333 and select to hear your mobile broadband usage. There i no p/w authenication required.

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  Reply # 284413 21-Dec-2009 17:36
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The my Telecom link has started to work now, Thanks

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