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Topic # 8697 22-Jul-2006 15:52
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Do I need to ring up telstra to get my PIK? I want to be able to log into the usagemeter and account info.

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  Reply # 42254 22-Jul-2006 23:51
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yes. you'll have to call up TCL to get your online account set up.




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  Reply # 42259 23-Jul-2006 01:35
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Okay, thanks.

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  Reply # 43222 3-Aug-2006 12:52
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chiefie: yes. you'll have to call up TCL to get your online account set up.


is that the password they ask you to give them over the phone at plan set up/upgrade? it's not working for me.





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  Reply # 43224 3-Aug-2006 12:59
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I'm not sure... i got so confused at time with so many passwords. LOL try call them up again.




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  Reply # 43247 3-Aug-2006 15:18
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Well the password my dad first created only works for the webmail. Anything else needs the PIK.

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