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Topic # 62390 5-Jun-2010 21:05
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Hey guys,

I bought bblite a few days ago just to try it out, but I haven't been able to enjoy it as it doesn't work with my iPhone 3G. I always get a popup error that says 'Could not activate cellular data network: You are not subscribed to a cellular data service'.

I've changed the APN which was originally www.iphone-vodafone.net.nz to www.vodafone.net.nz and it still doesn't work. I've rung the iPhone service twice and they can't seem to find out what the problem is. I tried my simcard using another phone and it worked just fine. I went in to the vodafone store, and the guy there tried his simcard on my iPhone, and it was working fine. But when it's my sim, it doesn't work. I even got a new sim today.

Can anyone suggest anything? Your help would be much appreciated. :)

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  Reply # 338637 5-Jun-2010 21:35
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The iPhone apn routes back to the www.Vodafone.net.nz apn have you tried a restore on your iphone? Just confirming your Sim works in another phone using the www.Vodafone.net.nz apn

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  Reply # 338639 5-Jun-2010 21:39
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Yes I have also tried restoring my phone. Still not working. :(

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 338641 5-Jun-2010 21:44
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Call the iphone support line ask if the * apn is on the connection in the HLR



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  Reply # 338643 5-Jun-2010 21:47
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Sorry. HLR is...?

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  Reply # 338644 5-Jun-2010 21:47
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Also change the apn back to the default iPhone one if you can't get it working PM Wednesday next week and I will check it out

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  Reply # 338645 5-Jun-2010 21:50
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tots08: Sorry. HLR is...?


Don't worry the person on the phone will know or call 0800 921021 and select mobile broadband support and get them to check

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  Reply # 338646 5-Jun-2010 21:50
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Ok I will go do that. Thank you John. :)

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  Reply # 338647 5-Jun-2010 21:56
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Is your iPhone nz purchased or is it jail broken?



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  Reply # 338660 5-Jun-2010 22:45
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Bought it at a vodafone shop here in NZ. :)

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  Reply # 338705 6-Jun-2010 08:52
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How did you get on?



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  Reply # 338767 6-Jun-2010 12:53
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I haven't called the iPhone support line yet to ask about it being in the HLR, but still not working.

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  Reply # 338770 6-Jun-2010 13:01
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Call the 0800 number I provided above



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  Reply # 338772 6-Jun-2010 13:17
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Hey John,

Just called the vdfn iPhone support, the guy I spoke to was able to fix it. It works just fine now. Thanks for your help. :)



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  Reply # 338773 6-Jun-2010 13:25
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Do you know though if vodafone's planning to have unlimited data plan? Cos if I think about it, these two plans costs heaps already, and 512MB will probably not even last a month for me. Hehe!

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  Reply # 338782 6-Jun-2010 14:03
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Unlimited mobile data? Putting it nicely - forget it. It costs a hell of a lot more to deliver data over a mobile network.

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