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  # 355300 23-Jul-2010 12:01
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Hi Northland,

Just checking that my email with instructions on how to check your BB usage in My Account has answered all your questions?

Everyone else - it's best to use My Account (instead of Visibill). We recently updated this so it's easier to see your peak/off-peak usage (+/- 20 minutes).

Thanks all,

Aaron from Slingshot




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  # 355307 23-Jul-2010 12:08
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Will you be fixing the Visibill?

 
 
 
 




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  # 355336 23-Jul-2010 13:37
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Slingshot: Hi Northland,

Just checking that my email with instructions on how to check your BB usage in My Account has answered all your questions?

Everyone else - it's best to use My Account (instead of Visibill). We recently updated this so it's easier to see your peak/off-peak usage (+/- 20 minutes).

Thanks all,

Aaron from Slingshot


Hi aaron

sorry about that forgot to post the outcome yes your answer definitely answered my question
and helped me understand the off peak data usage meter and its charges/usage.

I have no longer been checking my visibill for 'usage' but rather doing as instructed by
going through 'My Account' on slingshot.co.nz and checking 'manage data usage'

really appreciate your assistance and thank you (;

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  # 355384 23-Jul-2010 14:59
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"Will you be fixing the Visibill?"

Hi hellonearthisman,

We're planning to remove it from Visibill, since the information is avaialble in My Account where it's easy to see peak/off-peak.

Cheers,
Aaron from Slingshot




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  # 355431 23-Jul-2010 16:07
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Aaron nice one.

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