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  Reply # 324581 29-Apr-2010 10:13

I suppose that like vodafone live... Ild like to try and access it, but my Nokia is not liking the site.

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  Reply # 324582 29-Apr-2010 10:14
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freitasm: Ah... You can only access this through the WAP gateway, not the Internet. Bummer.


What's this "internet" thing then? I keep hearing people talk about it...


Well, I understand the sarcasm. And I know having a WAP gateway is needed to authenticate the user and provide those services. But a walled garden?





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 324588 29-Apr-2010 10:26

freitasm: So, the question really is... How much does it cost to browse Toybox?



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Obviously I'm to retarted to figure out how to update the access point settings. Will these settings be included in the new data files sent out? I had a look at the data file sent to my phone and the Proxy settings were not included. 

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  Reply # 324590 29-Apr-2010 10:29

sorry, I created two topics...

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  Reply # 324594 29-Apr-2010 10:35
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freitasm: Ok, 2degrees answered here (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=85&topicid=60329&page_no=4#324586): data traffic is charged at casual rate, except for the download of content purchased.


Just to be clear, browsing Toybox you are charged the casual rate. However, the data used to download any content purchased from Toybox is not charged.




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  Reply # 324598 29-Apr-2010 10:45
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Is there any chance that casual data charges will be dropped prior to introduction of 3G?

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  Reply # 324617 29-Apr-2010 11:24
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SteveON:
friedCrumpet: It's a box where you store your toys.


I would have said "What is A toybox?"... Toybox is somehting 2d posted then ripped down before... 


It was a joke.  It's ok to laugh.



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  Reply # 324625 29-Apr-2010 11:37

Can you make the images smaller in size? Your EDGE is not exactly blazing fast...

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  Reply # 324649 29-Apr-2010 12:22
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2degrees:
freitasm: Ok, 2degrees answered here (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=85&topicid=60329&page_no=4#324586): data traffic is charged at casual rate, except for the download of content purchased.


Just to be clear, browsing Toybox you are charged the casual rate. However, the data used to download any content purchased from Toybox is not charged.

From that link - checking your balance costs data? =/

Or is this a different method to your usual one?

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  Reply # 324654 29-Apr-2010 12:26
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eXDee:

Or is this a different method to your usual one?


If you want to be sure to check your balance for free, use *100*1#. It's faster anyway. The WAP portal front page just happens to show your balance as well.




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  Reply # 324663 29-Apr-2010 12:37
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Salty's right the WAP portal home page shows your balance - not Toybox.




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  Reply # 324683 29-Apr-2010 13:15
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SaltyNZ:
eXDee:

Or is this a different method to your usual one?


If you want to be sure to check your balance for free, use *100*1#. It's faster anyway. The WAP portal front page just happens to show your balance as well.

Isn't it *100#1#?  Or does *100*1# work too?  I love *100#1# btw! :)

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bazzer: Isn't it *100#1#?  Or does *100*1# work too?  I love *100#1# btw! :)


Both work. However *100*1# is what we're moving towards.




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