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  # 1077613 1-Jul-2014 09:37
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openmedia: Just popped a Skinny SIM in my S2 and I assumed it worked because I still had the Telecom APN defined.

I was suppsed to get a message with APN settings but it never turned up.


I find you sometimes get a text and sometimes don't. But if ever you need the settings (you probably will for mms) go here http://support.skinny.co.nz/app/answers/detail/a_id/236/~/mms,-data-(internet)-settings

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  # 1077749 1-Jul-2014 12:28
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LivingSkinny:
old3eyes:
sbiddle:
phil180:  Have tried this given skinny is telecom, but no joy.



Skinny is a full MVNO on the Telecom network. It is not "Telecom" and has it's own backend.



last week I put a  new skinny SIM into a Telecom  SGS1 and the Telecom APNs worked fine on Skinny.     Internet and MMS.


If you put an 'invalid' APN name into your device then the system will overwrite this with wapaccess.co.nz.  That is why your service is working, but you aren't actually using the Telecom APN.


Just tried it again on an old SGS1   running Android 2.3.3 that has a Telecom SIM in it.  I get the welcome  text from Skinny  but no APN text and when I look The APN is wap.telecom.co.nz  .  Working fine on Speed test and internet. 




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Old3eyes


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