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#53074 8-Dec-2009 19:43
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Hey can someone please give me a step by step guide to set up
mms and internet settings i really do not know lol
my mobile is palm treo 750v on the xt network everything like calling txting are fine but i dont have any
mms and internet settings

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  #280497 8-Dec-2009 20:36
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If your prepaid, give the prepaid help desk a call on 0800 32 32 32 and ask them to send you the settings (this is done over the air in a series of messages) or if you postpaid, call *123.


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  #280498 8-Dec-2009 20:39
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  #280508 8-Dec-2009 21:10
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nzbnw: If your prepaid, give the prepaid help desk a call on 0800 32 32 32 and ask them to send you the settings (this is done over the air in a series of messages) or if you postpaid, call *123.


Good advice for 90% of the devices out there... just happens Palm like Blackberry are one of those devices the CSR's can't push settings out to :( Blame the OEM not TNZ please ;)

Next would be this page if you know roughly what menus to click on the Palm... 
Use: TelecomContent for WAP / internet access and TelecomMMS... well yep MMS

A step by step screen set-up I cant with help sorry which I know you were looking for...

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  #280513 8-Dec-2009 21:25
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Ok I?ve found this on hopefully lcavada has got it right and I have transposed the right IP's etc!

1. Start, Settings, Connections, and then tap the Connections Icon
2. Under "My Work Network" tap Add a New Modem Connection
3. Name it TelecomMMS and under Select a modem select (GPRS,3G)
4. Under Access Point Name type:
5. Username, Password, and Domain is left blank and then click Finish
6. Now, go into Proxy Settings and check "This network connects to the Internet" and check "This network uses a proxy server to connect to the internet"
7. Under the Proxy Server box type:
8. Tap the advanced button and tap on the HTTP line. Make sure the HTTP settings shows If not, change it.
9. Click the OK button a few times to get out of the settings completely.
10.Now go to Start, Messaging, Menu, then Options, Advance, then Click Manual, and then the Edit button
11. Message center number +64277439010 ??? (Need this confirmed by Neal or another TNZ SME)
12. Email center number is ???
13. MMS gateway address is
14. MMS URL is
15. Finally under Network Profile select: My Work Network and then click ok.

Just to note I haven?t tested this and could make things worse so please try with caution until someone with a Palm can verify.

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