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Topic # 65169 30-Jul-2010 13:14
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Hi, I am planning to move to Vodafone from Telecom due to the bigtime plan removal. I got a question regarding the telecom modem. please help anyone:)

does anyone knows if the Thomson TG585v7 wireless modem will work on vodafone network?

or is it locked to Telecom Network? If in case it will work on Vodafone do i need to change any settings?


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  Reply # 360322 30-Jul-2010 20:00
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Hi there Have just moved over as well. Am also using this modem and I just had to reset the username and password. will see what the new vodafone unit is like when it arrives.

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  Reply # 360393 30-Jul-2010 20:53
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I recently moved across from TCNZ to VFNZ and am still using my thomson modem, as above was easy to reconfigure to VF

 
 
 
 




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Reply # 360494 31-Jul-2010 01:14
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Hi Thank you for the response. So the settings that I just need to change would be the username and password? is that right? or are there more complicated stuff? just like DNS servers or anything like that?

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  Reply # 360519 31-Jul-2010 08:10
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All I changed were the settings in the modem. I have DNS set to auto so work on theroy if it works don't touch it.

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  Reply # 360764 31-Jul-2010 19:30
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DNS settings should be set to auto.... you'll just need to change username and pass to connect to VF.

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