Question about Cell Phones
Call your service provider and ask them to send you GPRS settings message. once you recieve it ---> open the message ----> click options and then save-----> select yes for (making this your default setting) ------> turn off the phone for about 2min then turn on again and it should work.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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