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  # 452864 28-Mar-2011 18:45
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Downunder: have you had any joy with Marc at banjo ??


Not as yet but it has only been 12 hours



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  # 452870 28-Mar-2011 18:50
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scottjpalmer:
Downunder: have you had any joy with Marc at banjo ??


Not as yet but it has only been 12 hours


Best of luck and please keep us informed how you get on.. 

are you after broadbandor xt network to work ? 

 
 
 
 


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  # 452874 28-Mar-2011 18:55
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xt



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  # 452901 28-Mar-2011 19:47
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scottjpalmer: xt


Scott glad to have you aboard the mission to get this sorted ..

i had sent Marc all my user names and passwords last year to try to get it to work... but then he vanished

according to gehenna forum mod here who know Marc www.mactalk.com.au is there support site, here is the link to my post... 
http://www.mactalk.com.au/59/98819-banjo-consume-iphone-app-telecom-new-zealand.html#post1083009 

but was never answered  

i also tried banjo@twitter... same result 

it would be easy for him to tell me it will never work... if thats the case or work in progress.. i just get no response.

i tried to be helpful as i could and and nice.. perhaps i just pi**ed him off 

i did hear telecoms back end is old and useless which cant help banjo to get it to work

 

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  # 453003 29-Mar-2011 05:25
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I have been in contact with Marc from Bjango RE: XT and Consume. I am working with them to achieve a fix which won't happen overnight but I am confident will happen.

I suggest you all leave it with me rather than us all adding to the workload at Bjango's end.



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  # 453035 29-Mar-2011 09:13
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scottjpalmer: 
I suggest you all leave it with me rather than us all adding to the workload at Bjango's end.


YES SIR !!!

And really best of luck i would love a fix if you could also push for telecom broadband too while you have his ear....

please don't forget to keep us informed...



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  # 456882 8-Apr-2011 22:52
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scottjpalmer have you had any joy yet with Marc ?

 
 
 
 


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  # 456889 8-Apr-2011 23:31
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They will work on it when they can but they have other stuff to work on right now.



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# 456893 8-Apr-2011 23:41
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I suggest you all leave it with me rather than us all adding to the workload at Bjango's end.

8-Apr-2011 
They will work on it when they can but they have other stuff to work on right now.


Glad your on the case now !!  I also was promised a fix last Nov nearly 6 months ago..



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  # 464920 3-May-2011 16:55
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any news yet ?

anyone...... 

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So far as Telcom's usage meter is concerned it is my experience that you can only access it via the WAP services (Telecom Content) option, the Telecom Internet Telecom Data) option or WiFi will not allow it to work.  Remember that this part of the Telecom site is unmetered so it doesn't use your data.

When accessing the mobile internet my phone (which isn't an iPhone) gives Telecom internet as the first option when connecting and I need to choose the WAP services.  I have no idea how you might do this on an iPhone but I'm sure that if you use the WAP services the usage meter will work.  It does for me every time.




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  # 464935 3-May-2011 17:27
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yes i have worked that bit out 

telecom usage meter sucks big time !! 

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  # 464940 3-May-2011 18:00
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Used to use this app to check Telecom broadband usage, but gave up on it after a while of not working. Bit of a shame

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telecom usage meter sucks big time !! 


I'm not sure what you mean by that comment, it works perfectly well for me.




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  # 464959 3-May-2011 18:43
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Technofreak:
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telecom usage meter sucks big time !! 


I'm not sure what you mean by that comment, it works perfectly well for me.


i ment it works fine on your telecom on a computer but the mobile version is down a lot of the time and hard to connect to !! 

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