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  # 649727 2-Jul-2012 19:06
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plambrechtsen:
tallmaninthecnr:
plambrechtsen:
tallmaninthecnr: Unsure howhow to access the Sim menu, but actually able to reply to this roaming?


Settings -> Phone -> SIM Applications -> Roaming Menu -> Manual -> TNZ -> Accept

That should sort you out.


Thanks but these are not options I see on my SGS2


Sorry I thought you had an iPhone (my bad!)

Under All Applications -> SIM Toolkit -> Roaming Menu -> Manual -> TNZ

And see if that works.

Otherwise I suggest you ring the roaming helpdesk on +64 3 371 0866 and they can assist you further.


You'd need a password from the Roaming Help Desk to do that (iPhone's being the exception).

Don't forget Roaming Smart Cap's will restrict your data usage to $150 (for most customers) per billing month, so you may have hit you cap. Data roaming is expensive, so where possible find a local Starbucks (not hard in NYC!) and make use of their WiFi services.

http://www.telecomroaming.co.nz/managing-data/ 

Check your limit and data roaming data usage here;

http://m.telecom.co.nz/rsc

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  # 650538 4-Jul-2012 11:11
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Thanks for everyone help. Went to AT&T and got hooked up for $50, calls, txts, 1G data. No connection issues now!

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