Licence Agreement for Windows Phone
You may install and use the app on up to five (5) Windows Phone enabled devices that are affiliated with the Microsoft account you use to access the Windows Phone Store.
Purpose of the app
The app enables Telstra Consumer customers to view and manage the services that they have linked to their My Account profile.
To access the full features of the app, you need to log in using your My Account details, and you must have active services associated with your My Account profile. You can use the app without logging in, but it will have limited functionality.
Visit https://www.my.telstra.com.au/myaccount/register to register for My Account.
Keep your phone safe
The app uses a secure connection to help keep your details protected, but while you're logged in to the app, anyone with access to your phone will be able to view the information in the app.
Usage information in the application
Usage and charges displayed in the app are estimates only. It may take up to 48 hours to update and display your usage and charges. Data usage is usually current as of about 6 hours ago.
Data charges may apply
If you're a Telstra mobile data customer, you won't incur data charges for using the app when you're connected to our network, except where you contact us through 24x7 Social Support, or use the find a store functionality.
All intellectual property rights in this app belong to us or our licensors. You mustn't do anything with the app which is not expressly authorised under these terms and conditions.
App provided "as is"
This app is provided "as is". While we will use reasonable care in providing the app to you, we can't guarantee that the app will always be free from faults. We don't make any warranties about this app or your use of it. To the extent permitted by law, we exclude all liability arising from or in connection with this app.
We are responsible for the app (not Microsoft). Microsoft has no obligation to provide support for the app or to address any claims relating to the app.
These terms and conditions are governed by the laws of the State of New South Wales, Australia.