I am not planning to make any changes to this module as I have not been a customer of TMobile for over a year. If someone would like to take over maintenance/development of this module please get in touch.
TMobile's lax fraud prevention procedures allowed a random person in a random part of the UK to buy a mobile phone contract at my parents address. TMobile then started to demand money from my parents and ignored initial attempts to explain that the person has a different name from the residents and has never lived at their address. TMobile eventually, after much chasing, agreed to stop demanding money that my family did not owe them, but they to date have not properly apologied for their actions or explained how on earth this person was able to setup the phone contract in the first place.
I encourage people not to use T-Mobile.
Business::Billing::TMobile::UK - The fantastic new Business::Billing::TMobile::UK!
An interface to TMobile UK's website for getting allowance and billing information.
new(username => $username, password => $password)
Logs into the My Account section of the T-Mobile website and parses out the Allowance information if available.
This module uses Module::Build for its installation. To install this module type the following:
perl Build.PL ./Build ./Build test ./Build install
If you do not have Module::Build type:
to fetch it. Or use CPAN or CPANPLUS and fetch it "manually".
This module requires these other modules and libraries:
Test::More is only required for testing purposes
This module has these optional dependencies:
This is just requried for testing purposes.
If find this module useful please do let me know and I'll spend more effort on expanding/improving it. All enhancement requests are welcome.
To report a bug or request an enhancement use CPAN's excellent Request Tracker, either via the web:
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This source is part of a SourceForge project which always has the latest sources in svn.
Sagar R. Shah,
Copyright 2005 Sagar R. Shah, All Rights Reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.