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Topic # 96972 8-Feb-2012 14:13
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I pay my 2degrees bill by direct credit, but I get txt's telling me when my bill is ready, due, paid, etc. I'd like to turn the notifications off, but I can't figure out how in the web interface.

Can anyone tell me if it's possible, how , or do I have to call customer services?




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  Reply # 578704 8-Feb-2012 14:23
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This topic was covered a week or two back here, see: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=85&topicid=96067

If enough people ask for this to be turned off or optional, I suspect 2D may do something about it. 




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  Reply # 578727 8-Feb-2012 15:19
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Ok, thanks, i'll continue on that thread.




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