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Topic # 5666 15-Nov-2005 23:22
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I have bought a fone from a freind who used to live in Newzeland it is sim free but when I stick my T-Mobile(UK) the MMS and wap doesnt work. I spoke to LG who made the phone and they were no help what so ever all they had to say on the subgect was "unlocking your phone voids your warrenty" I have the information i recquire but i dont really know how to work the phone. ANY help at all would be really appecaited

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Reply # 23320 15-Nov-2005 23:46
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Welcome to Geekzone... Yes, all GSM phones sold in New Zealand are unlocked already, so it should work ok.

It should just be a matter of entering the configuration - you say you know what parameters to enter? Just in case, check this page with GPRS settings for UK operators.








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  Reply # 23322 15-Nov-2005 23:49
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I still need help the phone actully works its jusI just need to work the WAM MMS and 3g
I have the settings i just dont know were to put them in the phone i also woulnt mind if i could use it to check my e-mails

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