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#152354 24-Sep-2014 09:24
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Hi anyone else having issues with the My Vodafone IOS app mine shows for example on my tablet that i have no data allowance when their is over 4gb available.Same also with my phone plan not even showing any date allowance message at all ?




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  #1135307 24-Sep-2014 09:54
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Yup same issue here using the app on Android.




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  #1135332 24-Sep-2014 10:05
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Already getting looked into, You have not lost your data bundle

 
 
 
 




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  #1135368 24-Sep-2014 10:44
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johnr: Already getting looked into, You have not lost your data bundle


Is it because my Black Data bundle is growing ? :) 




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  #1136374 24-Sep-2014 10:54
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John. While they are at it can they update the app for Android L. It won't update on a mobile connection. Fine on WiFi. Android L has changed the way mobile data works. Don't ask me the technical details but a few apps fail to detect a mobile connection.

Cheers Matt.




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