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Topic # 57539 16-Feb-2010 21:12
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My partner switched to 2° not long ago.
She's asking me how she could find the account ballance from the mobile?
Anyone of you could give me a hint?
Thanks

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  Reply # 299593 16-Feb-2010 21:15
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You can check your balance in a few different ways:

1) From your mobile phone, dial *100#1#. You will receive an onscreen response in a manner of seconds.
2) Online, in Your 2degrees, you can view your up to date credit balance and Magic Top-up rewards balance.
3) On the 2degrees mobile portal homepage - simply activate from your mobile phone.

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  Reply # 299599 16-Feb-2010 21:22
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This is all over the 2D website and also geekzone

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 299616 16-Feb-2010 21:55
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Thanks guys.
I did have a look through and did not see it.
I'll pass it on to my wife.



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  Reply # 299619 16-Feb-2010 21:57
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Sure enough, found it now!

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  Reply # 301063 22-Feb-2010 16:54
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how can you find it with a phone call? Cant do those with the sim in a pstn gateway.




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  Reply # 301081 22-Feb-2010 17:25
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richms: how can you find it with a phone call? Cant do those with the sim in a pstn gateway.

Register the phone number of the PSTN gateway on the 2D website?

Then you can access the account details very easily.  More useful than making a phone call wouldn't you say?





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  Reply # 301143 22-Feb-2010 18:43
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The sites a pig, wont remember passwords in FF and I am yet to see how to have multiple sims on one login so its a roundabout way of logging out and in etc.

Easier to have a number like *333 on Telecom or 777 on VF that just tells you (well VF you have to press 1, then 1, then 1 again really slowly to get it after sittign thru whatver mindnumbing recorded crap they have telling you about a new deal you cant skip.




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  Reply # 301197 22-Feb-2010 20:09
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richms:
Easier to have a number like *333 on Telecom or 777 on VF



...Like *100#1# ?? Speed dial 5 on my phone.




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  Reply # 301218 22-Feb-2010 21:03
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not happening on a gateway since there is no display. Every other telco has an ivr for the balance.




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