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Topic # 103355 5-Jun-2012 17:43 Send private message

Hi, dont know whats going on dont know weather its my settings or what but i have not long changed over to 2degrees from vodafone i have a 3G iphone when im in Tauranga i can get on the internet and check my emails but at home in Waihi i cant do any of that i use to with vodafone any help would be grateful, it just comes up with can not connect the cullaur data roaming when i go into celluar data roaming it is on but there is nothing written in any boxs.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 636420 5-Jun-2012 22:45 Send private message

2degreesmobile.co.nz/iphone

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  Reply # 636509 6-Jun-2012 10:01 Send private message

Hi there
as suggested above your iphone settings are incorrect.
when on the 2degrees own network they will correct many incorrect settings for you to allow you to still use the service, however when you roam onto Vodafone in locations such as Waihi they are not able to do this for you and you will need to sort out your settings.

very simple for internet, few more settings for MMS but all easily explained on the 2degrees webpage.




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