I would immediately contact your network operator and explain the problem to them. This one sounds out of your control unless you have changed any of the APN settings. If you don't know what I am talking about then call them now!
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Go to start-settings-connections-gprs:
Delete the T-mobile settings. Create a new connection labeled MediaNet
Connects to: The Internet
Access Point: wap.cingular
Go to start-settings-connections-proxy:
Delete the t-mobile settings. Create a new proxy called Cingular WAP
Connects From: The Internet
Connects To: WAP Network
I work for at&t and have seen this problem before there are 2 things you should try. First, try doing a soft reset by removing the battery from the phone while it is still on, and if that doesn't work you should go to your nearest Corporate Owned retail store and have a rep check it out in the system, it can be fixed usually by removing your data feature and readding it to your account. If this doesn't solve the problem then the rep should contact the tech dept., who has to go into the network and fix it on their end.