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Topic # 111387 1-Nov-2012 14:33 Send private message

Hi I went from 2D to XT on the iPhone 4 ...

People are saying under cellular data there is "MMS", "Internet Data", and so on ...

But under my phone there is only one option called "Internet Tethering" ...

Yes, i have entered internet.telecom.co.nz and left the other fields blank ...

But shouldn't I have more options like everyone else?

How do i get those to appear?

Oh, yes internet works ...

Hmm ...

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  Reply # 710444 1-Nov-2012 14:45 Send private message

The settings are preconfigured and hidden. They'll reappear if you remove the Telecom SIM and put an "unknown" one in there (such as 2D).

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  Reply # 710478 1-Nov-2012 16:06 Send private message

Telecom has a Carrier file which is installed on iphones when you first set it up that has all of the carrier settings, apn etc in it - so you don't have to set these up yourself.

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