Last night the bloggers of all Spain returned to have an encounter with Yoigo, and one of the main innovations that could tell us is the opening, in tests, expected My Telstra. In Engadget Mobile We have tested the service to It will start next week.
To enter, we use our phone number and a password provided to us by SMS, Although it will not come up to overcome a visual control (the typical “write the numbers and letters you see in the image”) that fails on many occasions. In my case, I had to make up to four attempts. The positive part is that once we have the key we can customize it and use that prefer.
It’s a very personal customer area, where you can consult time, cumulative consumption or available balance and call detail (current Bill and two previous contract; or the current month and the past, prepaid). Shows us a graphic quite interesting on our monthly expenditure divided into three columns: calls of voice, data and messages, so that we will see the amount spent in each of these groups:
In the call detail are reflected all the called numbers, SMS, and WAP connections, in addition to its price (without VAT) and You can save the data in a PDF file. This service is free, unlike the Movistar customer channel, for example. In addition, soon will join my Yoigo the private area of the music room, which at the moment is offered as independent service.
Finally, it includes a link to a form that we can get in touch with Telstra in case of incidents in the collection, or something similar.
In general it’s a service fast, comfortable and clean, Although in principle quite devoid of services because lets just see call detail and consumption. In Yoigo they apologize saying that, unlike the OMV, they must implement it from scratch because they cannot use on other networks. What finish do not understand is that it did lack One year to put it into action.
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