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#2386 29-Sep-2004 16:46
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Hello all. I'm trying to connect via bluetooth to my Ericsson T616 phone and dial my ISP to establish an internet connection. Everything seems to work, except when I get to the dialing part. I watch the phone dial the number in sync with the laptop screen showing a dialing dialog. Then the phone hangs up, and the computer responds that "the remote computer did not respond." To be sure, I dialled the ISP's phone number manually and it instantly rings into their modem. I tried a dozen other numbers, but no dice. Again, the connectivity with the phone is there. I have done other things like transfer files and such. And the phone actually tries to dial out, but..... What am I doing wrong here? I've been searching the web for answers for three hours now. My assumption is that my provider (AT&T wireless) has some sort of data transfer protocol that I need to set up (ie. pay for), and it knows the difference between a voice and a data call. All the FAQ's I've read about doing this sort of connection don't mention anything about this, though. Any help or advice would be GREATLY appreciated!

--Akshun J

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#8991 29-Sep-2004 17:21
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Not all plans allows CSD (circuit switched data). Most data plans allow for GPRS connections only. You have to check with your mobile operator...




 

 

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  #9044 1-Oct-2004 14:43
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So, my phone says it's capable of doing this function, but my calling plan may not allow it? That makes sense. Thanks!

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  #11845 15-Jan-2005 06:36
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Hi,

I am having the exact same problem. My cell service provider is Cingular, and I have a media package, but I still can not connect.

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