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Topic # 86657 11-Jul-2011 14:43
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50:50 chance I got this is the wrong forum (it may go in the Telecom forum) but thought it was an OS issue more than a telecom issue.

I thought I'd finally get around to setting up Your Telecom on Mum's iPhone 3...yip one of the classics Laughing

I get to the login page (using Safari) for it, enter the phone number and password and noticed the 'login' button isn't there. Tried entering the details and just tapping Done. No luck. Reboot the phone. No luck.

Downloaded another browser (Opera) and it works fine. It's got the latest OS for it, 4.3.1 I think.

Anyone have any ideas or can I only access it with another browser? 

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  Reply # 492087 11-Jul-2011 15:04
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Do you mean http://www.yourtelecom.co.nz from Safari on the iPhone 3?

There is no "login" button, but a "Sign in" button.

Can you take a screenshot to show the problem? (hold top button and then press bottom button at the same time)


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  Reply # 492110 11-Jul-2011 15:58
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http://m.telecom.co.nz/yourtelecom should go straight in without a login screen.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 492116 11-Jul-2011 16:28
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LennonNZ: Do you mean http://www.yourtelecom.co.nz from Safari on the iPhone 3? 

There is no "login" button, but a "Sign in" button. 

Can you take a screenshot to show the problem? (hold top button and then press bottom button at the same time) 



It's the one you access through TWorld. I've attached the screen shot. I forgot you could do that :)





Behodar: http://m.telecom.co.nz/yourtelecom should go straight in without a login screen.


Nope didn't work. Still went to the login screen.

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  Reply # 492120 11-Jul-2011 16:41
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this link should take you directly to your telecom portal.

http://sphone.telecom.co.nz/mobile/view-account-info-view




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  Reply # 492126 11-Jul-2011 16:48
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ckai:
LennonNZ: Do you mean http://www.yourtelecom.co.nz from Safari on the iPhone 3? 

There is no "login" button, but a "Sign in" button. 

Can you take a screenshot to show the problem? (hold top button and then press bottom button at the same time) 



It's the one you access through TWorld. I've attached the screen shot. I forgot you could do that :)





Behodar: http://m.telecom.co.nz/yourtelecom should go straight in without a login screen.


Nope didn't work. Still went to the login screen.



Try access the page Via 3g (NO Wifi) and it will log you in automaticly



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  Reply # 492128 11-Jul-2011 16:50
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billgates: this link should take you directly to your telecom portal.

http://sphone.telecom.co.nz/mobile/view-account-info-view


Thanks Gatesy :) but still went to the login screen without the button. Even tried randomly tapping around that area to see if it just hadn't 'appeared'. Nadda. Judging by the spacing from the password field to the "Forgot Password" link it's doesn't look like it even gets rendered.  



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  Reply # 492130 11-Jul-2011 16:53
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boby55:


Try access the page Via 3g (NO Wifi) and it will log you in automaticly


And we have a winner! Cheers mate. Kinda weird that I can do it through wifi using Opera but not Safari.

Oh well. Now I know and now I can give mummy dearest a run down.

Thanks everyone for the help. 

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