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# 19638 24-Feb-2008 19:23
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Good evening,

I am wondering what the difference is between choosing VF NZ Gateway, VF NZ Internet and VF NZ PXT for browsing the internet on my Nokia N95 with my prepaid SIM card? 

VF NZ PXT is straight forward - use it for PXT and the phone does that automatically.  For internet browsing, do I choose VF NZ Gateway or VF NZ Internet?  Are the charges different?  Thanks.

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  # 112765 24-Feb-2008 19:27
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VFNZ Gateway is the WAP gateway.

For general internet access you should use VF NZ Internet.



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  # 112766 24-Feb-2008 19:30
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WAP?  It seems like such an outdated way to view the web these days.  So really, it doesn't make any difference in terms of pricing and functionality.  I can still view the web using Gateway.  Just worried I could be using the wrong option and be paying more than I should:)

 
 
 
 


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# 112768 24-Feb-2008 19:37
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heavenly_wild: WAP?  It seems like such an outdated way to view the web these days. 


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  # 112770 24-Feb-2008 19:58
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Oh yeah, true, totally forgot since I never use it and find it difficult to navigate.

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