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Topic # 191533 7-Feb-2016 19:46
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My R216 is working so well everyone wants to use it.
Thought I should keep an eye on how quickly my 5GB is disappearing.
But when I try to use the app it says I have an old version and to go the store.
When I go to the store my only options are UNINSTALL and OPEN.
My installed app is version 3.5 and the store version is 3.5 so what gives??

I know the Mobile WiFi app says how much data it has used but I don't know how much my phone has used as well.




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  Reply # 1487185 7-Feb-2016 21:03
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You are using using the My Vodafone App on the R216 but a handset correct?

Remove it and reinstall it you can also visit m.vodafone.co.nz and this will display usage as well



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  Reply # 1487491 8-Feb-2016 13:48
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Reinstalled the app and now it is working, thank you.
Does that just happen sometimes, the app insisting on upgrading to a version that does exist yet?





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  Reply # 1487512 8-Feb-2016 14:28
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Have you got imported handset?



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  Reply # 1487548 8-Feb-2016 15:43
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Not imported, bought on contract with your good selves.




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  Reply # 1487550 8-Feb-2016 15:51
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OK well seems to be sorted now :)



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  Reply # 1487645 8-Feb-2016 18:37
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Indeed it is.
John, do you know if my R216 will work in Australia?
My phone already does roaming, but I haven't been overseas since buying the R216.




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  Reply # 1487667 8-Feb-2016 19:22
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@kiwifidget How do you want to use the R216 roaming or local SIM card in OZ?

The unit is not SIM locked



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  Reply # 1487784 8-Feb-2016 22:16
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I was just going to do roaming, did not know I could put an ozzie Sim card in it.
I'm only going to be there for 8 days so not sure which would work out best.
Nice to know I have options though.




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