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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 54717 19-Dec-2009 11:14
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I thought it was funny that i would post here first instead of calling telecom about the problem


I have a new Nokia e75 mobile its all setup and working after a week of issues my phone is up and working but when ever i go to tworld on my phone there is no option for the Mobile Tv.

I have tired all the different APN's Telecomcontent, Telecomdefault etc and there is still no option.

I have hard reset my phone tired different sim cards pretty much everything i can think off and there is no option.

I have tired my mums sim card out of her 6120 and her phone has the option for mobile tv when she loads up tworld, but when i try it in my phone i get still the same page on tworld with no mobile tv option.

I have had telecom push the APN settings back onto my phone and still get the same issues.

Anyone got an ideas?

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  Reply # 283988 19-Dec-2009 11:59
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PM JaidevP or NeilR
They will help you out as they both work for Telecom

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  Reply # 283991 19-Dec-2009 12:14
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Is your E75 a NZ new model from Telecom or an import? If it's an import that'll be the reason it doesn't work.



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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 283994 19-Dec-2009 12:26
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My mum works for telecom and she got it, there was a sale at her work at Telecom House

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  Reply # 283996 19-Dec-2009 12:48
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Check your APN settings and confirm that the homepage for Telecom Content is set to http://myhomepage

Otherwise, NealR / JaidevP


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