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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 27070 13-Oct-2008 09:37
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I recently got an iPhone and miss the "My Account" section of Sim2 for checking my balance of free minutes, txts etc.
I *could* check it on the Vodafone site with Safari but their site is less than perfect and often unavailable.

It would be awesome if Vodafone released an app that instantly gave me an overview of my account - I thought I'd post the idea here in case anyone from Vodafone browses these forums....

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  Reply # 170824 13-Oct-2008 09:40
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Good idea, but I would suggest you tell them at their own forums too.

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  Reply # 170826 13-Oct-2008 09:48
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If you go to settings > phone > sim applications then you get all the sim2 features there.

I agree though would be great to have a VF iphone app for checking all those things, especially data!

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