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4-03-2009 @ 2:47PM
I switched from a key fob authenticator to my iPod touch last weekend. (I like it just for the backlight, because trying to read the key fob thing in the dark isn't fun.)I locked up my battle.net account after linking, from Saturday afternoon until my 2 WoW accounts were unlinked on Sunday morning. You'd think I wouldn't have anything to do with the iPod Touch authenticator after that, but nope. I started using it as soon as I was able to get my Mobile Authenticator linked to battle.net and add my accounts back on.The only problem I see going forward is that Blizzard really needs 24/7 support, as more games tie into my single login.Now I'm back to two useless key fobs, as my son won't use one on his account. As it is, I've given away two. Maybe Blizzard needs a buy back program.
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