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Topic # 5790 26-Nov-2005 09:53
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I've just got a Sanyo 5600, however I think I live in a bit of a coverage black spot. Phone won't connect to WAP but texting and calling will work. Only getting 1 bar, fair to say wap won't work in low coverage zones?

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Reply # 23898 26-Nov-2005 13:04
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Does your WAP work in a good coverage area?




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Reply # 23899 26-Nov-2005 14:08
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Just found out this morning that Telecom is having provision problems with mobile data, hence all new 027 connections for all phones may not work. They have forced my phone off the data switch and been told to try again at 5pm

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 23910 26-Nov-2005 15:46
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DjShadow: Just found out this morning that Telecom is having provision problems with mobile data, hence all new 027 connections for all phones may not work. They have forced my phone off the data switch and been told to try again at 5pm


This will be lucky to be fixed by monday, as of 7pm last night there were over 2000 jobs qued for provisioning and the list keeps growing while the dealer computer system is down



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Reply # 23922 27-Nov-2005 00:49
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I assumed when I got it that mobile data, etc was all provisioned when the prepay phone is setup before going on sale, so its really not setup until the phone is actually switched on?

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