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#9182 27-Aug-2006 16:29
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just brought a nokia 6280 from parallel import place and they said that it had the settings already to go

but when i went to send a pxt it said something totally diffrent.

dose anyone know the pxt settings for the nokia 6280

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#44788 27-Aug-2006 17:27
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It may be that the phone is ready to go - but is your account set for that? Were you able to send MMS with your previous handset?






 

 

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#44791 27-Aug-2006 19:25
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Its vodafone not vodaphone

 
 
 
 


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  #44792 27-Aug-2006 20:03
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ffs mr spelling bee is back

yer i could pxt with my other phone but having trouble with this one

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  #44795 27-Aug-2006 20:35
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For FFS go get support from the company you purchased it from

You paid good money for a device that does not work

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#44801 27-Aug-2006 21:27
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The settings for Vodafone NZ are in this thread: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=40&TopicId=4958

Other than this, the shop should be able to offer support, as johnr (so eloquently) put it.






 

 

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