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Topic # 43001 14-Oct-2009 22:07
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Hi there

I had a wee search for information on Tworld access via the iPhone but it didn't sort the issue.

Are iPhones incapable of using Tworld? What am I missing out on?

I have the wap blah blah's in place but cannot access the Your Telecom - FREE part with Safari - not even sure that is Tworld.

Telecom have told me they haven't a clue when it comes to the iPhone because "They don't carry it."

Any help appreciated, thanks in advance.

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  Reply # 263970 14-Oct-2009 22:10
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Try navigating to http://pdaportal.telecom.co.nz

Should do the trick.

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  Reply # 263981 14-Oct-2009 22:33
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Also the iphones do not support WAP

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  Reply # 264030 15-Oct-2009 09:14
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Yup - much like if you were trying to access VF Live! on an iPhone. Just doesn't work.




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  Reply # 264070 15-Oct-2009 13:24
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Thanks, I did do the pdaportal thing but I couldn't get into MY TELECOM - FREE or whatever it was. I was just curious ... :-)



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  Reply # 264071 15-Oct-2009 13:24
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I really have so much to learn. Thanks.



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  Reply # 264072 15-Oct-2009 13:26
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Thanks, that makes sense.

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  Reply # 264077 15-Oct-2009 14:14
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You can access Your Telecom by going to http://yt.telecom.co.nz/mobile

You may need to generate a temp P/W for that.

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  Reply # 264083 15-Oct-2009 14:46
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For those who missed it in another thread, here is how to access Tworld from your iPhone;

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/NealR/6767





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