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Consult your Balance with Dynamic Operator Name for WM
Are you worried about your monthly balance and will like to continuosly monitor it in an easy way? This useful application presented by XDA member -=(Kad)=- will let you monitor your current balance using USSD on your Windows Mobile device, so you don´t need to consult your carrier´s bill anymore.
Running on WM 6 and up this application needs .Net 3.5+ to work properly.
The developer translated the app to English and also you can find it in Russian.
Originally posted by -=(Kad)=-
[APP] Dynamic Operator Name
Dynamic Operator Name
Last update: 16.08.10
This program monitor your bill using USSD, and show your current balance instead of the operator name (see screenshot)
It is very popular in Russia.
Currently, I have translate only the program, and later i`ll translate the instruction completely.
PS: I`m not only translator, I developed this application too
PPS: To prevent misunderstanding, please before bugreport, enable debug log in setup, and show it to me
System Requirements: WM6 – WM6.5.3
Main app writen in a c++
Setup app writen in a c# and require .Net 3.5+
You can find more information in the application thread.
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