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Topic # 94050 5-Dec-2011 10:26
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Our company has about 40 mobile broadband accounts for laptop users using the Telecom data sticks.

Is there a management website at Telecom where these accounts can all be managed at the same time e.g. view current usage, view existing alerts, change alerts globally, associate user names with mobile data plans/numbers?

The only website I can find only allows you to manage one mobile data number at a time - so updating alerts for 40 users is time consuming.

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  Reply # 555309 8-Dec-2011 08:59
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leonc:
Our company has about 40 mobile broadband accounts for laptop users using the Telecom data sticks.

Is there a management website at Telecom where these accounts can all be managed at the same time e.g. view current usage, view existing alerts, change alerts globally, associate user names with mobile data plans/numbers?

The only website I can find only allows you to manage one mobile data number at a time - so updating alerts for 40 users is time consuming.

Thanks


You can set it up via http://www.telecom.co.nz/mbbalerts but that is one by one.

To view current usage if all the accounts are postpaid then you can use YourTelecom to view the usage against that account.

You can check one by one also using the mobile broadband meter http://www.telecom.co.nz/mbbmeter and I can set all the passwords for all those mobiles to be the same if you like.

I can get a batch loaded into the system, if you PM me or better yet e-mail me at my work e-mail using my first . lastname @ telecom.co.nz with your company e-mail. including the mobile numbers and your account number then we can get them loaded in.

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