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Topic # 113358 14-Jan-2013 22:32

At one time, there was a link you could click on somewhere inside the Woosh account manager that would give you a real-time scrolling bar-graph of your (I think) received modem signal strength.

I can't find it any more.  Am I bewildered?

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  Reply # 744842 15-Jan-2013 07:24
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To find you delta signal, log into the My Account section at From there go to Mange plans/services and on the left, third option down will be View Signal Delta.

You need to wait about 10 seconds for the site to start delivering back signal information. If it doesn't after this period of time, try refreshing the page you are on.



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Reply # 744849 15-Jan-2013 08:06

Brilliant.  Thank you.


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