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BackNBlack

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#19810 2-Mar-2008 13:46
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how do i ifnd out my telecom ccount number is it when i log on to at [link] and is it the first 9 digits at the top?? is it need fast urgernt!

[Moderator edit (TH): Fixed looooooooooooooooong hyperlink text that would have broken page formatting for everyone without at least a 32" LCD.]

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  #114109 2-Mar-2008 13:56
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What the??? That link is no good unless you give us your user name and password (please don't)

Can't you see it on the invoice or ring your provider and ask?

 
 
 

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  #114113 2-Mar-2008 14:08
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wats a invoice.

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  #114114 2-Mar-2008 14:09
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The invoice is another name for your Telecom bill. It has your account number clearly displayed on it.









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#114115 2-Mar-2008 14:14
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BackNBlack: wats a invoice.


Your bill you get once a month

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  #114116 2-Mar-2008 14:17
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Your account number can be on your invoice/bill, on the top right hand side.

It can also be found from the Your Telecom portal or the Xtra Broadband usage site.

If you aren't able to find it from either of those methods and you are the account holder, you can call 123 and they'll be able to get it for you.




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