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Topic # 31367 15-Mar-2009 09:37
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When i try to connect to the internet using my Vodafone 720 as a modem, it akss me to select a country and then a network. For some reason, New Zealand isn't listed. The closest i can get is Australia but that doesn't work of course.

So what i'm trying to do is to select Australia and just change the settings.

Can someone please let me know what Vodafone NZ's APN is? And the dial up phone number i need to enter?

Thanks in advance :)


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  Reply # 201271 15-Mar-2009 11:35
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www.vodafone.net.nz

John



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  Reply # 201297 15-Mar-2009 16:44
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Thanks John.

WIth those settings, it says i'm connected but i can't access any webpages. I have full 3g coverage also.

I've left username and password blank.

Any reasonf or this? My old Motorola v3x could connect fine with those same settings.


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  Reply # 201298 15-Mar-2009 16:54
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try using the access point name  "internet"  obviously without quotes



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  Reply # 201301 15-Mar-2009 17:09
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Perfect... i'm on the voda 3g network right now :) Thanks

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