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  Reply # 147538 13-Jul-2008 20:35
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ahmad:
johnr:
ahmad:
nzbullet: No I didn't try it after reboot, however I would guess that it will revert back to the normal APN.

I need to get more credit so I can continue to test it, just gone through about 20 bucks in 5 minutes and my CC won't work on the Voda website for top ups. Once I get more credit I will continue testing and post a video to Youtube.

Even though I am not going to be getting the iPhone 3G, you are my hero.

Do you want diggs?

Also - why did it cost you so much money?? Could you have stayed within the walled garden?


He connected to www.vodafone.net.nz which is the internet APN

Only the WAP APN browsing Vlive is free and the iphone does not have a WAP browser!

John

Hmmm, forgive my ignorance.

I have a 3-4 year old Nokia phone that I push "Web" and it sends me to the VF Live homepage.

Will that be a WAP phone?

What other types of browsing are there other than WAP? (newbie alert)


Too much to write sorry will send you a PM with links to read INFO on the net in the next few days

but using www.vodafone.net.nz all traffic will be charged

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  Reply # 147588 13-Jul-2008 22:01
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I know this is moved to a new topic now
but

http://www.unlockit.co.nz

tested and works

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 147594 13-Jul-2008 22:09
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LennonNZ: I know this is moved to a new topic now
but

http://www.unlockit.co.nz

tested and works

Wow... that is awesome... I feel like getting an iPhone 3G now.

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