[access-uk] Re: Changes to BT E-billing System

hi derek i would do this but my difficulty is i have my usb stick phone number 
online with bt but i cannot find my contract with bt with the iphone in my 
account. don't know why. 

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from: "DEREK HACKETT" <derek.hackett2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
to: "access" <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
date: 2010/03/15 15:56:07
subject: [access-uk] Changes to BT E-billing System

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>
> Hi Folks
> BT have recently made major changes to the way you can download your bills to 
> the PC, you can no longer download the bill in either CSV or ZIP format & the 
> only download format is PDF which also includes a lot of unuseful 
> information!. Therefore I am asking all BT subscribers to try downloading 
> there most recent bill so they can see for themselves.
> Many Thanks
> Derek 
> 
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> Hi Folks
> BT have recently made major changes to the way you can download your bills to 
> the PC, you can no longer download the bill in either CSV or ZIP format & the 
> only download format is PDF which also includes a lot of unuseful 
> information!. Therefore I am asking all BT subscribers to try downloading 
> there most recent bill so they can see for themselves.
> Many Thanks
> Derek 
> 
> 
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> database 4946 (20100315) __________
> 
> The message was checked by ESET Smart Security.
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