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6-09-2009 @ 4:08PM
Total crap that you need a battlenet account. Considering how buggy they've been for logins, i've opted not to convert over until absolutely necessary.
6-09-2009 @ 4:09PM
Guess they found a way to "force" people, eh?
6-09-2009 @ 4:39PM
For my dollar, I've had no problems what so ever loading my battle.net account (which I use a Mobile Authenticator on my iPhone with).
6-10-2009 @ 9:35AM
This is 100% wrong.Yes, there have been some problems with logins, but REGULAR accounts have had some trouble too.It's been going both ways
6-09-2009 @ 6:50PM
@SaintStryfe - You are remarkably lucky then or perhaps don't play the game as often as some of us. I can count at least five times this year when Blizzard has posted maintenance saying that the battle.net login/authentication servers would be down - right in the middle of my prime gaming time. That's just announced time. Another three (or four.. my memory is getting fuzzy) patch Tuesdays, the Battle.net authentication servers then weren't up for several hours after the regular authentication was.Again, this may simply be a matter of timing, your gaming time may not coincide with either the tail-end of the maintenance, or planned battle.net server maintenance. Also, what does your iphone have to do with battle.net? It's not required for battle.net logins. You've chosen to use the mobile authenticator - that's great.. but your comment seems out of place in relation to the rest of the discussion. Its sounds simply like a plug for the fact you've got an iPhone. We see this a lot on the interwebs! Sigh @ vanity consumerism.
6-09-2009 @ 10:53PM
@Janaa: Comforting to know I wasn't the only thing thinking that about the iPhone plug.
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