orb3000 · Aug 16, 2010 at 12:00 am

Credit Vodafone and TIM App for Italian Members

Are you an Italian Vodafone/TIM member? If so, probably this application will be of your liking. XDA member savrix85 created this app, so you can receive info about your credit on your Vodafone/TIM SIM (Italy only).
With Credito Vodafone/Credito TIM you can directly apply for credit and view your status at the touch of a button, all for free because all the application does is call 404 for you and read the reply message.
The developer made this application for Windows Mobile devices with WQVGA/VGA/QVGA resolutions.

Originally posted by savrix85
[APP][09-Aug-2010]CreditoVodafone
My second app for Italian users.
With this app you can receive info about your credit on your Vodafone SIM (only for the Italian Vodafone carrier)

Please don’t make mirrors.
We see the interface and operation of the program.
The initial screen looks like in the screenshot, with instructions for use, a button “Vodafone” to request the remaining credit, the indicator of signal strength at the top left, time and the top center button Closing the top right.
Clicking the “Vodafone” the application will send the credit application and, after waiting a few seconds, the screen will return the available balance on your SIM card and the amount charged as the last image below.

You can find more information in the Vodafone application thread or in the TIM application thread.


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