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# 218017 22-Jul-2017 17:25
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Has anyone worked out how to (or if you can) give your accounts meaningful names in Your 2degrees?

I think I have tried everything


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  # 1827337 22-Jul-2017 22:06
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Yep.

 

 

 

It doesnt work - the account hierarchy is at parent level, not child

 

 

 

Really poor on 2D's side - they _must_ have analysed the slightly more engaged use of their historical setup and known there were people that chose 2D as much for it's support of multiple sims and usage packs at account level.... and they still proceeded to munt the service, degrade it back to really basic entry level consumer rubbish.

 

 





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  # 1827347 22-Jul-2017 22:22
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At least you have names, on vodafone all I get is the damn phone number so I have to keep going back to my list or phonebook to see what sim is what.





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  # 1827379 23-Jul-2017 00:40
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richms:

At least you have names, on vodafone all I get is the damn phone number so I have to keep going back to my list or phonebook to see what sim is what.



I'd take the 4 unique phone numbers over the same name repeated 4 times as shown above any day.



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  # 1828613 24-Jul-2017 18:33
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I believe you can login to each SIM’s individual Your 2degrees account (with a different email address), once logged in click on the login ‘little man’ symbol in the top right corner and click on ‘Your preferred name’ and change it to the name that best suits.

I'm not able to attempt this right now, anybody else?

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