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Topic # 59571 7-Apr-2010 09:01
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Hi,

I'm thinking about moving to Talk & Text 300 but before I do, I want to look at my call history and see what proportion of my calls are made during the day. The problem is that my printed bills lump all calls together and don't state when they were placed. I can get a list of unbilled calls through Telecom's site, but of course that only shows the current month.

Is there any way to get my call history?

Thanks :)

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  Reply # 315649 7-Apr-2010 09:13
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Update: Duh! I can get this out of my phone's log... nothing to see here...

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  Reply # 316041 8-Apr-2010 09:07
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Hi Behodar,

I can probably break it down for you using one of our internal systems if you like - what is your mobile number

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  Reply # 316067 8-Apr-2010 10:01
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As mentioned in my second post I'm all sorted. Thanks for the offer though.

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