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Topic # 92091 26-Oct-2011 16:06
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Anyone noticed today that xnets usage meter isn't working properly, and is over charging. Currently it is also charging for local data, as well as standard data, when it should only be charging for stabdrd data. I have checked both the usage meter tool that you install on your PC, as well as their online billing system, and they both have the same problem.

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  Reply # 537802 26-Oct-2011 16:07
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Let us take a look




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  Reply # 537804 26-Oct-2011 16:11
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Please chuck me your username and I'll take a look :).  Will also need a little more detail - what is wrong about the usage you're seeing?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 537822 26-Oct-2011 16:33
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Ah - don't worry, I've tracked down what's causing it (in the desktop client at least).  The developer of the monitor has been notified and will look at it tomorrow morning :).  It's a minor bug relating to a change in the XML feed that both the desktop client and Viewbill use.



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  Reply # 537837 26-Oct-2011 16:59
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frio: Ah - don't worry, I've tracked down what's causing it (in the desktop client at least). ?The developer of the monitor has been notified and will look at it tomorrow morning :). ?It's a minor bug relating to a change in the XML feed that both the desktop client and Viewbill use.


Thanks, that is the one.

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  Reply # 538193 27-Oct-2011 15:31
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This is fixed now, so should be showing the correct price again.

We changed the xml feed as we're working on some new and exciting things to do with the usage meter. I'll try not to break it again :-)

 

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