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  Reply # 591832 7-Mar-2012 16:11
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Success!  It wouldnt work with a Telecom SIM, but as soon as I used a friends Vodafone SIM card, it WOULD let me activate, once I entered in the APN details :-)

Thank you all for your support :-)

Now to try out WebOS :-)  I've updated to the latest version for my Palm Pre GSM :-) 

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  Reply # 591854 7-Mar-2012 16:44
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jaywontdart: Success!  It wouldnt work with a Telecom SIM, but as soon as I used a friends Vodafone SIM card, it WOULD let me activate, once I entered in the APN details :-)

Thank you all for your support :-)

Now to try out WebOS :-)  I've updated to the latest version for my Palm Pre GSM :-) 


Great! I had a feeling it would activate with the Voda as mentioned before, purely because 2Degrees was unlikely to be in it's allowed network list. Too new, and perhaps even XT as well.

Glad you're back on the road again!




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  Reply # 591983 7-Mar-2012 21:05
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Thank you :-)

I still think its insane that an *unlocked* phone wouldnt work on any network, or even allow me to register over WIFI. 

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