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# 40757 3-Sep-2009 00:12
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Hi guys,


would like to know the settings to access to Tworld using my vodafone sim. 
I can access other sites, for eg www.google.com, facebook etc.


Would I be able to access MobileTV from this handset using my voda sim??


cheers

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  # 252792 3-Sep-2009 00:47
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i dont think so.. tworld is for telecom extra service only..!??

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  # 252804 3-Sep-2009 07:39
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checks date thinking it must be april 1

 
 
 
 




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  # 252806 3-Sep-2009 07:48
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url : pdaportal.telecom.co.nz

I can access telecom menu using that url in my browser, no mobile tv option on tworld menu on my phone. If that's exclusive to the XT SIM, then definately moving to Telecom :)



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  # 252807 3-Sep-2009 07:50
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johnr: checks date thinking it must be april 1


?

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  # 252809 3-Sep-2009 07:52
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xturtlex:
johnr: checks date thinking it must be april 1


?


What day is april 1st?

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  # 252812 3-Sep-2009 07:54
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xturtlex: url : pdaportal.telecom.co.nz

I can access telecom menu using that url in my browser, no mobile tv option on tworld menu on my phone. If that's exclusive to the XT SIM, then definately moving to Telecom :)


Its called T world it should not be that hard to figure out

John

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  # 252814 3-Sep-2009 07:55
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Its definately a Telecom only service only accessed using an XT SIM and the XT APN's.

Just as Vodafone Live is a Vodafone only service using a Vodafone SIM and Vodafone APN's

 
 
 
 


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  # 252817 3-Sep-2009 08:01
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The service is a Telecom service, why would it work on a Vodafone SIM card? How would Telecom charge you for it (yes the service is free for a while, but not forever).





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