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#41478 16-Sep-2009 17:20
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Hi guys

I brought a sony ericsson C510a from telecom which is capable of running on the vodafone network,Well I put a vodafone sim card in it and it sends messages and makes calls ok,the internet doesn't work on it. it comes up with the t-world and i want the vodafone internet.

can you help me connect to the vodafone internet from a xt phone?

thanks

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  #256231 16-Sep-2009 17:37
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Go to wireless.vodafone.co.nz and enter your phone model and number and it'll send the settings to you.

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  #256272 16-Sep-2009 20:44
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Yeah as mentioned above, you'll need the vodafone APN settings when using a vodafone sim :) and Telecom APN for an XT sim, easy to change and it definitely works on the Sony tri-band HSPDA phones




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  #256277 16-Sep-2009 20:47
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thanks

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  #256359 17-Sep-2009 07:41
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what do i do after i have installed the 4 vodafone internet, mms, wap and email to my phone do i need to change any setings?

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  #256373 17-Sep-2009 08:43
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Um, no you shouldn't need too,

That seems like it covers everything you want to do, it should go straight through into the net

With XT though, i think you first need to request a T-World password, first time with an unlocked parallel import.




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