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Vodafone account app goes live

18 Oct 10

Vodafone has launched a free iPhone app (rather boringly titled ‘My account for iPhone’) that allows customers to check their current balance as well as see how many texts and minutes they have left.

The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad so long as you have iOS 3.0 or above.

You can top-up up or make a payment through the app as well as check calling rates (including roaming overseas).

The app already has already received a few reviews, which all seem very favourable so far.

If you're already using the app, let us know what you think of it below in the comments.

In other Vodafone news, from Friday, Supa Prepay customers can get unlimited Facebook and Twitter access as well as 50MB of data to browse the web for $6 a month with the Mobile Internet 2 Go add-on.

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