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# 38542 31-Jul-2009 12:17
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Thanks to nzbullet's carrier bundle, I have got my iPhone 3G connected to XT, but have run into a bit of a snag.

I used to control data usage with Vodafone using "SBSettings" to turn off EDGE and 3G settings so that I could block data and then turn it on if I chose to.

However with "3G" blocked", it seems to block cellular reception for voice calls too.

Now that I think about it, given that XT is a "3G' only network, it might make perfect sense that this should be like this but can anyone confirm that I won't be able to block and allow data as I did previously on Vodafone using SBSettings while on the XT network?

Or is there some other way to block/allow data manually?

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  # 240922 31-Jul-2009 12:22
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Change your APN to something other than Xt's defaults..



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  # 240930 31-Jul-2009 12:29
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Aha! www.unlockit.co.nz

So Telecom don't do that stupid Vodafone thing where an incorrect APN still lets you access data then?  Undecided

 
 
 
 


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  # 240936 31-Jul-2009 12:40
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no as far as I know they don't. Vodafone NZ are only of the only Carriers who does this as far as I can tell .

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