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    Exclamation Strange problem with Vodafone EDGE/GPRS settings

    Hi... I have a strange problem with Vodafone live settings, none of the applications installed on my cell (Nokia 2700) are able to access the internet when that setting is used, even though i can browse from the default browser without issues.:52:

    I also have a 6030 which i bought before the conversion of Hutch to Vodafone, and on it are settings for Hutch gprs which used to work absolutely fine with applications, but as soon as i switch to the Vodafone live settings, the applications lose internet access.

    Sadly Hutch gprs settings arent saved in my new phone, and i am stuck without applications :death:

    Is there any way i can manually configure the Hutch gprs settings on my 2700 instead of Vodafone live or is there any other way out of this?

    Thanks!
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    My Mother got her first vodafone sim two years back. Once i was able to browse through their gprs plans for around two three weeks. But after it i was never able. I called care but they dont send settings. So i gave up. Because its also costly and sometimes the type of its socket connection doesnt work on many applications.better have aircel. Its a 50 Rs. Sim.98Rs/month unlimited internet(though slower)and make this vodafone the back up.
    Btw for your settings let me know your region and plan(POST/PRE)and also your current amount be over twenty. Also call customer care(if possibl)to send settings.
    Nokia phones:go to settings. Connection>packet data>always online.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mickey View Post
    My Mother got her first vodafone sim two years back. Once i was able to browse through their gprs plans for around two three weeks. But after it i was never able. I called care but they dont send settings. So i gave up. Because its also costly and sometimes the type of its socket connection doesnt work on many applications.better have aircel. Its a 50 Rs. Sim.98Rs/month unlimited internet(though slower)and make this vodafone the back up.
    Btw for your settings let me know your region and plan(POST/PRE)and also your current amount be over twenty. Also call customer care(if possibl)to send settings.
    Nokia phones:go to settings. Connection>packet data>always online.
    no the settings were sent automatically once i switched the cell, as they always do, i have absolutely no troubles with their service so dont plan to change the connection, and its just 10p/10KB and vey fast.
    m in new delhi in postpaid.
    the problem is these new settings. the old settings worked like a charm for applications.

    Quote Originally Posted by mickey View Post
    My Mother got her first vodafone sim two years back. Once i was able to browse through their gprs plans for around two three weeks. But after it i was never able. I called care but they dont send settings. So i gave up. Because its also costly and sometimes the type of its socket connection doesnt work on many applications.better have aircel. Its a 50 Rs. Sim.98Rs/month unlimited internet(though slower)and make this vodafone the back up.
    Btw for your settings let me know your region and plan(POST/PRE)and also your current amount be over twenty. Also call customer care(if possibl)to send settings.
    Nokia phones:go to settings. Connection>packet data>always online.
    no the settings were sent automatically once i switched the cell, as they always do, i have absolutely no troubles with their service so dont plan to change the connection, and its just 10p/10KB and vey fast.
    m in new delhi in postpaid.
    the problem is these new settings. the old settings worked like a charm for applications.
    Last edited by StarK; 10th September 2009 at 09:21 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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    You should take out sim for fifteen minutes. And reset the phone. And call customer to "REFRESH/RESET" your account. Sometime back there i had same problem with Vodafone. I called CC and she quoted "I WILL REFRESH YOUR ACCOUNT THIS WILL TAKE 24 Hours"
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    can anybody tell me the access point for the vodafone gprs for north users

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