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Topic # 6540 2-Feb-2006 11:59
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Hi - Seems like Vodafone in NZ are limiting Web Access from Blackberry. I can get Vodafone Live - why would you bother - but cant get BBC.co.uk??

Are there any ways around this? If not looks like I will be sending the device back.

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Reply # 27676 2-Feb-2006 12:04
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Are you using the Enterprise or the Internet edition? I think the Enterprise uses a proxy server, while the Internet edition doesn't have access to this feature. I noticed this a couple of years ago when testing their first Blackberry released here in New Zealand.







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  Reply # 27678 2-Feb-2006 12:10
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Hi - I am using Internet Edition - I am a one man business and cant justify the Enterprise option - also it doesn’t run on a Mac. I do wish Vodafone were a little more obvious in their advertising.... Grrr.

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  Reply # 27691 2-Feb-2006 13:27
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Try host routing table update under settings

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Reply # 27694 2-Feb-2006 13:35
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Worth a try, but I am afraid it may not help, unless things have changed. When I got the Blackberry 7230 (?) I had a long discussion (over coffee of course) with someone at Vodafone about this, and we tried lots of tricks during that chat...





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Reply # 27717 2-Feb-2006 18:53
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If you are not that hooked on your Crackberry try a Treo - this will work on a Mac and access the Internet no problem at all.

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