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Topic # 15035 1-Aug-2007 00:00
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The Firefox Xnet Usage Monitor has been upgraded twice recently.
Is there a change log anywhere ?

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  Reply # 80673 1-Aug-2007 06:09
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Might be a bit off topic but, does xtra offer anything like this? I can't even check my broadband usage on the website, been like that for months.

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  Reply # 80695 1-Aug-2007 09:08
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http://tuc.swaziboy.com/index.php/about

Been using this since the 2mb/10g plans.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 80879 2-Aug-2007 15:07
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Madman,

Xtra seems to have switched the usage information to telecom.co.nz.  Bit of a pain, but from memory you need to sign up for a Your Telecom account as it were for the website i.e. the login and password is not necessarily the same as your broadband account.

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  Reply # 80881 2-Aug-2007 15:14
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http://www.xtra.co.nz/help/0,,5729,00.html

'Check my broadband usage'

Always kind of has been a telecom checker. Raw data to your enabled line.

Not using a signin account but my Xtra login credentials (primary Xtra account, not email aliases)

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  Reply # 80888 2-Aug-2007 15:56
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Thanks for that paulchinnz Smile

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