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Topic # 11199 9-Jan-2007 06:39
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ok guys another problem
i have mda with tzone web plan of $5.99 and i am trying to use it as  usb modem for my laptop.
ok i was able to use internet on my laptop using mda by dialing *99# number but i never dial my gprs connection.but using it via wap.voicestream.com as access point  so my question is am i using my mintues or i am geting connected by my gprs which is unlimited....... as i am affraid if i am using my mintues then i do not want to go over my bill.....how can i tell if i am going via gprs?
any help pls......
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  Reply # 57302 9-Jan-2007 09:29
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freitasm: IF you are using *99# then you are certainly connected to GPRS.
thank you for a quick reply so it means i am using my tzone service ?
not my mintues right?sorry if you can explain it little more to me will be great and again thank you for you reply you are
always a quick and great help



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