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Topic # 8710 24-Jul-2006 17:18
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Because I don't want to go over my data limit, I thought it would be a good idea to get a program to keep me updated on how much I have used. The one I got was http://tuc.swaziboy.com/ Is it safe to use, because you need to put in your account details?

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  Reply # 42338 24-Jul-2006 18:03
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what's your internet plan?

I am on 20GB and hasn't worry about going over the limit, as i dont go over.

just monitor your traffic from TCL's website.





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  Reply # 42339 24-Jul-2006 18:08
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  Reply # 42340 24-Jul-2006 18:27
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TUC simply accesses the TCL usage meter by using HTTP requests so is perfectly safe - no data is transmitted through a 3rd party site.




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  Reply # 42342 24-Jul-2006 18:44
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OK thanks.

Update: I can't get it to work anyway :( I get the error:
Error parsing page! If problem persists, a program update might be necessary.
I have v1.5 which is the latest though.




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