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Topic # 56321 13-Jan-2010 14:23
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Hi All,

A bit of a stab in the dark here as Google has not turned up any good answers, but does anyone know what APNs are used by Telecom Cook Islands?

Thanks,
Jason

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  Reply # 289647 13-Jan-2010 14:35
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Have they got a packet switch network?



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  Reply # 289653 13-Jan-2010 14:45
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Not sure.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 289655 13-Jan-2010 14:47
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jasonbrice: Not sure.


So should you not be checking this first?



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  Reply # 289656 13-Jan-2010 14:48
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They do have a data network, running GPRS only.

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  Reply # 289657 13-Jan-2010 14:52
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Have had lots of problems just with making and receiving calls in the past.

Vodafone had not switched roaming on
and last time with telecom loan phone( left tandem phone attached)

but both times the telecom centre just up from the town bus stop were most helpful.
I know this doesnt answer your question but its worth knowing where to head to if you have a problem



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  Reply # 289658 13-Jan-2010 14:55
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Thanks for the info, sleepy. Did you use data services at all in the Cook Islands?

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  Reply # 289661 13-Jan-2010 15:00
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no i denied myself the contact just took a phone so staff could text me if needed, didnt use email at all. did a conferance at pacific resort a few years ago and a few others sat on beach with there laptops checking mail etc, have seen others using skype at hotspots so all is possible, only with vodafone unless it has changed. Enjoy

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  Reply # 289663 13-Jan-2010 15:00
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I would just try " internet "



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  Reply # 289665 13-Jan-2010 15:03
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I can't really guess. I have a client that I am shipping a GPS tracking device that needs to be configured with the APN settings by me.

Trial and error could be expensive and time consuming!

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  Reply # 289674 13-Jan-2010 15:22
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http://www.oyster.net.ck/
http://www.telecom.co.ck//index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=19&Itemid=46

did you try asking these guys probably be slow response , good luck

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  Reply # 290097 14-Jan-2010 20:10
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hmmm, I'll see if I can help tomorrow. so far, I found only one old IR21 for TCI and there is no GPRS information in it. either they did not have GPRS back then or there was no data roaming agreement.
not promising anything though...:)

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  Reply # 290117 14-Jan-2010 21:26
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I may be able to find out for you tomorrow as I have contacts in TCI.

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  Reply # 290177 15-Jan-2010 07:38

i was under the impression that they didnt have data. couldnt send pxts. it was only gsm there. in raro anyway.

had a look at the vodafone site and it says no data



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  Reply # 290251 15-Jan-2010 10:40
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Yeah, the site (built with Joomla?!?) doesn't mention data at all, but industry news site I have found mention that they have data capabilities in the Cook Islands. I guess the data services are just not switched on.

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  Reply # 290254 15-Jan-2010 10:43
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I couldn't find anything useful, apparently they don't have any data. can't you ask your client there to contact TCI and ask them directly?

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