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# 39835 20-Aug-2009 08:45
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Hi:

I've recently obtained a Nokia 6120c on XT, with a working XT SIM card.  Tested everything works fine on the Nokia phone itself, can make call, browse the web etc.

However, I'd like to pair it with my TomTom GO720 and use the bluetooth wireless data option for my TomTom.  The TomTom can pair with my phone OK, but it then asks for the Wireless Data Settings, and Telecom NZ/XT is not on the list of providers, therefore I'll have to set them up manually.

Does anyone has and ideas what should the settings be?  Specifically, it asks for access point name (seems to be a profile name), username, password, number to dial and a logon script.

Thanks a million.

 

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  # 251188 28-Aug-2009 08:13
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Howdy, the following works for my Nokia E75 coupled to my TomTom Go730:

Access Point Name:      wap.telecom.co.nz
Username:                    (leave blank)
Password:                    (leave blank)
IP address:                   set to Auto
DNS server:                  set to Auto
Dial Number:                 *99#
Login script:                  at+cgdcont=1,"ip","wap.telecom.co.nz","",0,0
 
 
Michael

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