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intoxik8

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#1661 4-Jun-2004 21:02
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I’ve just upgraded my phone from a Nokia 6310 to a Panasonic X70, previously I was able to use the GPRS service without a problem, I’ve transferred the sim card (which is old, from my first phone which was about 2000) and now I’m have difficulty using the GPRS/Wap functions.

I’m not sure if anyone can help me here but I’ve emailed Orange (My network) as I’d prefer not to call and waste money if I can get away with it but they’ve yet to reply.

The reception signal turns into a star sort of shape if GPRS is activated, which has been shown until I try to connect using GPRS and after I receive GPRS services unavailable and then the reception signal then turns back into the ordinary symbol.

I’ve re-entered the GPRS server settings from the phone manual yet still no avail.

Any help would be greatly appreciated as this is an inconvenience to me right now.

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#6312 4-Jun-2004 23:01
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Ring them.... get a live operator on the phone.

intoxik8

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#6315 5-Jun-2004 06:20
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I plan too :) It's the best and most obvious idea, only I have to wait until tomorrow when I've got the money.

 
 
 
 


intoxik8

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#6337 6-Jun-2004 00:41
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Apparently GPRS wasn't activated on my account, however I've been using it for at least a year with my old phone.

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#6367 6-Jun-2004 19:53
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johnr - he's on the orange network, so VFlive! wouldn't be helpful perhaps. . . .. ;)

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