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Topic # 7725 5-May-2006 09:51
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Ok Just signed up to slingshot 3.5/128 yesterday. However I can't seem to find in their My account page where you are supposed to be able to by extra data caps. Can anyone on slingshot point me to that page?

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  Reply # 35005 5-May-2006 15:18
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Its there...

Under 'account maintenance'

'Manage My Data Usage'  2nd from bottom



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  Reply # 35049 5-May-2006 21:42
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http://freehost08.websamba.com/Hypernova/pic.jpg

???
Or maybe it's because I just signed up?

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Reply # 35052 5-May-2006 21:51
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Why NT$? What is NT$? I thought we had NZ$, not New Taiwan Dollar... Either is your personal option (in which case it's interesting, but the national currency is still NZ$), or perhaps Slingshot is outsourcing its call centre to India, and billing to Taiwan?










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  Reply # 35060 5-May-2006 23:37
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Interesting that you brought it up because I'm from TW, but that was 10 years ago. Can't possibly be NT$ sinc ehte exchange rate is like 20:1 so i would be paying 3.50NZ.



As a side not I just saw 12m/1m unlimited being offered in TW for 35$NZ ... wish LLU happened 3 years ago.

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