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Topic # 3698 19-Mar-2005 16:17
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Upgraded my operating system and can't restore my backup....!!!?%^"

So..

Can somebody please provide me with the Vodafone New Zealand GPRS settings for an i-mate JAM.

As Club I-mate seems to have a setup file for most other Vodafone countries but not New Zealand, and haven't been able to get the settings provided by Vodafone NZ to work.

Info would be much appreciated.

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  Reply # 13695 19-Mar-2005 18:04
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Have you tried http://wireless.vodafone.co.nz/ . It has a neat OTA (Over the air) config that can be sent to your phone :)




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Reply # 13696 19-Mar-2005 18:30
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Thanks for the thought. Unfortunately the site only supports a limited number of pda's and the i-mate jam is not one of them. However, I've just about figured it out from some i-mate pocket PC instructions which are provided. Thanks.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 13697 19-Mar-2005 18:39
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I was going to say this... If you go to the Vodafone website and check the i-mate configuration, it will be the same for the JAM.

The problem is that Club i-mate should have the Vodafone configuration. It seems it happened before to Smartphone2 owners (myself included) that their IMEI were not listed as being in New Zealand - hence no Vodafone config file was available. I've complained to Vodafone, but like so many other contacts with them, it seems it went to a basket of "not to worry about" cases.

Yes, I do use Vodafone for my personal mobile needs, but I also have a Telecom Harrier. Can't say one help desk service is much better than the other, but I'm finding my contacts with Vodafone more and more being less satisfying in results.






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  Reply # 13698 19-Mar-2005 19:05
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Yes, it certainly appears that Vodafone NZ has become just another complacent corporate.

With the i-mate pocket pc info and after some fiddling on the jam the GPRS settings are working now.

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  Reply # 13708 20-Mar-2005 09:28
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Vodafone aren't even capable of keeping their website up to date. I wonder how many Vodafone staff look at the main page every day and cringe when they see feature content advertising the Dunedin fashion week that expired a month ago?


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  Reply # 13709 20-Mar-2005 11:00
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"Vodafone aren't even capable of keeping their website up to date."
Most of us aren't either.

But this is getting more and more off topic. I was going to post a couple of 'problems' I have with them also but then deleted them because it will just derail the thread.




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Reply # 13711 20-Mar-2005 11:53
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sbiddle talk about always taking subjects off the topic, Do you ever have anything nice to say. I have never seen soneone so negative.

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