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# 20627 1-Apr-2008 12:52
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Hey, I brought one of those imported phones from trademe, the Cect N98. How do you connect to vodafone live, is this possible. the other import phone model Cect p168 was able to be connected to vodaphone live? any help?

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  # 120232 1-Apr-2008 15:48
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You'll have to go to the vodafone website and check if they have a setup manual for your phone type. Seems unlikely as I've never heard of Cect N98's before. If that doesn't work you'll have to check out similar manuals and basically resort to trail and error.

edit: I forgot to mention, you should talk to the person you brought it from on Trademe as a lot of cellphone sellers on there have delt with hundreds of people who don't know how to set up MMS and WAP etc. for Vodafone Live so they usually can either walk you through it or email you a walkthrough. good luck.

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  # 121017 4-Apr-2008 11:29
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the CECT N95/N98 is not a nokia fone. its a cheap imatation like the first one i brought off trademe

 
 
 
 


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  # 121032 4-Apr-2008 12:15
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xecuta: the CECT N95/N98 is not a nokia fone. its a cheap imatation like the first one i brought off trademe


Yup, unfortunately this is true. It may be possible to use it with V-Live anyway though (although quite why anyone would want to is beyond me)...




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