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If you mean mobile networking, and you got this phone form a carrier (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile et.al.) you might stop into one of their stores and have someone show you how. If you mean wifi (like you might have setup at home or at the local coffee shop), go to your home page, then settings, then wifi. Make sure it's on, then tap on wifi itself, any networks available will show, tap on the one you want and pick "connect".
I have the same exact phone near my WiFi router and it has not dropped my connection. Could there be some other thing that could be the cause of it? Make sure that your WiFi is not dying on you. Check both phone and WiFi by keeping the two far away from each other.
Wifi typically operates in the 2.412Ghz - 2.472 Ghz depending on the channel selected. ideally the Wifi modem/router and the DECT phone should be operating in completely different bandwidths.
If your DECT phone is cutting off your Wifi wireless connection, then they must me operating in similar/same range: you need to change either your Wifi or DECT frequency 'channel' to minimize this interference. Also make sure that there is a least 3 meters between the DECT base station and your Wifi modem/router to eliminate Transceivers static RF/EMF interference.
In order to connect to a WiFi network, you must be in the range of a WiFi network to which you are authorized access, or is completely unlocked. If you have a wireless router for your home internet you will be able to connect to that network by finding its name in the list of available networks and putting in the correct password, or no password if you haven't set one for your network. GSsecure08 is most likely one of your neighbors' networks, and that neighbor most likely has a password that you don't know, so you won't be able to access that network. When looking through the list of available networks, ones with a lock next to them will require a password. No lock means you are free to access it, although there is no guarantee how secure your data is as you are using someone else's internet connection. If you can't find a network in your house, many coffee shops offer free or cheap WiFi. Otherwise, buy the songs in iTunes on your computer and sync to your iPhone.
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Your iPhone is probably just ignoring whatever WiFi networks you are nearby to right now since it now has access to EDGE (that's what the E means). Have you tried going to settings>wifi and searching for available wifi networks? If any show up then your wifi is working just fine.