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#115646 2-Apr-2013 15:57
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So today I swapped my TCL WarpSpeed 150GB plan to a Vodafone WarpSpeed 150GB plan and I'm wondering if I still use the old TCL usage meters or whether there is a new Vodafone usage meter somewhere?

On the TCL website it says - The information contained on this website is for customers of TelstraClear before 1 April 2013 to view their existing plans and services.

So now I have changed plans to Vodafone does that mean that the TCL information no longer applies?




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Go to www.telstraclear.co.nz and login to My Account with your either your TelstraClear customer number or user name and password.






 

 

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freitasm: Go to www.telstraclear.co.nz and login to My Account with your either your TelstraClear customer number or user name and password.




Right so we still use the old usage meter. Thanks.




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