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#25581 26-Aug-2008 09:06
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Hi All,

In an effort to help tidy up all the links for the different services we have created a links page located at

www.xport.co.nz it can also be accessed from the main www.xnet.co.nz home page

So access to all your favourite portals ebill, viewbill, email, myvfx etc can all be done from this single location.






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  #159835 26-Aug-2008 11:30
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Nice idea but a couple of frustrating things with the ViewBill
Previously you required an account number to login - at long last I finally got this number and now find youve changed it to require a username/password instead. So I try to register.

I have to come up with yet another username (min 6 characters) and password - why cant I just use my Xnet login ?
I also require my account number AND an invoice number. I dont get invoices (pay by DD), thats the reason why I want to use the ViewBill system.

I think a little more thought needs to be put into the signup process Smile

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  #159940 26-Aug-2008 17:27
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xpd: Nice idea but a couple of frustrating things with the ViewBill
Previously you required an account number to login - at long last I finally got this number and now find youve changed it to require a username/password instead. So I try to register.

I have to come up with yet another username (min 6 characters) and password - why cant I just use my Xnet login ?
I also require my account number AND an invoice number. I dont get invoices (pay by DD), thats the reason why I want to use the ViewBill system.

I think a little more thought needs to be put into the signup process Smile

My 2c....  Smile

If you previously signed up for Viewbill, then the username you specified then should still work - at least it works that way for me.




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  #159975 26-Aug-2008 20:05
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maverick: Hi All,

In an effort to help tidy up all the links for the different services we have created a links page located at

www.xport.co.nz it can also be accessed from the main www.xnet.co.nz home page

So access to all your favourite portals ebill, viewbill, email, myvfx etc can all be done from this single location.

Good start, thanks maverick.

Is there any light on the horizon for a user being able to view all of what is applicable to him/her through a single login?

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  #160051 27-Aug-2008 08:31
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coffeebaron:
If you previously signed up for Viewbill, then the username you specified then should still work - at least it works that way for me.


Maybe, but as a new ViewBill user.......  Laughing (Or want to be user)




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