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Topic # 57491 15-Feb-2010 15:48
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  Reply # 299139 15-Feb-2010 16:13
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Sorry, posting from am iPod touch and created the topic and then realized I could not use the full editor. My question is that yesterday well using t-world on my Telecom R6 my credit dropped by $1.05 and I cannot explain it as I am on the 500mb data plan. I was using the "Live Scoreboard" and thought that may have been the cause but cannot isolate what it was so I was wondering if there is a list somwhere detailing the usage of T-worl and what is free and what isn't?? Thanks for your help on advance.



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  Reply # 299153 15-Feb-2010 17:13
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Live Scoreboards bill at $0.35 per click according to T-World on my mobile - pricing info is right at the bottom of the page.
Usually chargeable services have an asterisk next to them in the menu.

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