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Topic # 89892 10-Sep-2011 08:38
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I have brought a case for my Ipod touch that turns it into a phone. I am on 2degrees, the txting and calling work fine but i cannot get my internet and mms to work! Here is the website URL - http://www.touchphone.co.nz/store/store5.html

My current settings are:

Network
Access: 2degrees internet
Account:
Password:
Proxy:
Port:

MMS
Access: mms
Account:
Password:
MMS Proxy: 118.148.001.118
Port: 8080
MMSC: http://mms.2degreesmobile.net.nz:48090

Any help would be great, thanks

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  Reply # 519296 10-Sep-2011 15:46
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Well for Network it's just internet, not 2degrees internet.




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  Reply # 519502 11-Sep-2011 11:37
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Thanks, I tried that but had no luck :(

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 519504 11-Sep-2011 11:44
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does it have any options for turning on Data roaming?



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  Reply # 519513 11-Sep-2011 12:10
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Yes, it says GPRS then has a button next to it saying connect.

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  Reply # 519968 12-Sep-2011 13:59
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I'm sorry I've not had my hands on one of these, is that
Network Access: or
Network:
Access:

If so have you tried -

Network: 2degrees
Access: Internet



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  Reply # 520038 12-Sep-2011 15:53
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It's just access. It just says network on top so you know it's the Internet settings and not the mms

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