Definitely great news for customers that a few, at least, of these glitches have been resolved and some other issues are in the pipeline to be resolved.
we did get that problem, after a while i tryied to reopned my account and the account did'nt exist anymore so i tryied to resarted all over again, could'nt reuse de sim. so i figure that none of that worked because of the bug. Baught another sim, redid the account all over again using same email,same password with a different phone number. That time it worked.Only problem is now i am beeing also charge for the other account that did'nt work, and i cant get in to cause it had the same user name has the new one.How could i terminate that sim card?
Are you certain you have renewed today and not tomorrow? The date indicated for payment is always the last day of service meaning get your payment done so you are ready for renewal over night tonight.
Thanks good question. I'll check again tomorrow but I'm sure it's wrong. The history is always credits then charges.
I think we are facing this bug
please check the attached image and please activate the account regard
edited by computergeek541: screenshot removed (personal information)
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Since your plan should have renewed this morning, when did you take that screenshot? Is your service still working? If your service is not working, try making a $1 payment.
I see a big difference now. Thank you.
Timeouts while activating a SIM: Second, as we became aware of an issue on our web portals which were causing newly activating customers to experience a timeout (and need to wait 50 minutes for their next attempt), we decided to improve our hardware capabilities during the month of August to October, which would help us handle additional traffic and demand. Thus far, the solution has been effective in dropping observed cases to zero since the week of September 30th.
Thanks for updating us but these problems shouldn't be happening. It's better to prevent problems than to react to them.