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Re: Internet & my mobile phone
You will need to use Optus to access the internet from your mobile (the data rates are way cheaper than Telstra anyway) as there is the internet connections are completely seperate. You'll still be able to check your Bigpond email though. Check the Telstra website for the "SMTP settings" you need.
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It may be due to the radio frequencies that Optus use being not be compatible with the Samsung sgh-a412 available operating radio frequency range. TThe mobile data radio frequencies may be different and the phone might not work on the radio frequencies used by Optus.
The Federal Government sells radio frequencies to each carrier to use and there may be a problem with the Samsung-a412 working on the Optus allocated radio frequencies assigned to Optus.
from further research on my part
The phone you have uses utms 850 mega hertz radio frequency G3 mobile data and this frequency band is not used by optus they use utms 900 mega hertz radio frequency G3 mobile data .
As far as I can tell, Your phone is from vodafone and you are trying to connect it to a different carrier's internet. If this phone is unlocked, you need to input the correct WAP/Mobile internet settings for your current carrier.
If this phone is not unlocked and cannot access the internet of your current carrier, Phone your provider and ask them to push OTA settings to your phone.
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hey i have fixed this problem on my phone (htc touch hd, telstra) and this is how i did it- go settings, connections, go advanced tab down bottom, click select networks, click new on the top bar under programs that auto..... enter in OptusInternet (exactly like this).... then click modem tab down bottom then click new..... enter in OptusInternet again and chance cellular line bar to cellular line (GPRS, 3G)... then click next and for access point name type in internet.............. click ok ok x and then load up internet explorer and it should work
However the current problem i am still facing is opera wont run..... explorer will but opera doesnt load. just sits there untill it comes up with error 104 blah blah blah- still working out how to fix this as i hate internet explorer and opera is way better (going to try downloading opera 9.5 beta again and see if that works)
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Then Enter the following for mms MMS Settings
Step 1. Main Menu
· Click on the button with the four dots · Settings (on right hand side)
· Phone Settings · Connectivity · Access points · Options and create a new profile with the following details...
- Connection title: Telstra MMS
- Bearer: GPRS - Authentication: No Auth - APN: telstra.mms.mnc001.mcc505.gprs
** Please note you do not need to enter any user name or passwords. Leave them blank.
Save the settings and return back to the main menu to select Messaging · Messaging settings · MMS · Multimedia msg. centre · Options and select Add new
- Connection Title: Telstra MMS - MMSC URL: http://mmsc.telstra.com:8002 - MMS Proxy: 010.001.001.180
- Connection: TCP with Proxy
- Access point: Open list and select Telstra MMS.Return to the Multimedia msg. Centre menu and activate Telstra MMS on that screen.
It depends on which carrier the prepaid was with.
if The original prepaid and your wifes plan are both with the same carrier then it should be no problem just swap the sim over.
eg ( telstra to telstra ) or Optus To optus.
If the v3 is an Optus predaid and your wifes sim is a telsra plan then it wont accept the sim as the carriers lock the prepaid phones to their network