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Are you using Wi-Fi or GPRS to connect to the internet? If you are using wi-fi, then make sure the wireless router and the modem has a connection. If you are using GPRS, call your mobile service provider and tell them the issue. Check also if you have enough load if you are using GPRS.
To use 'Onida' mobile as a modem to access internet in your computer you need a software called 'PC Suite'. Mobiles like 'Nokia, samsung, LG, Blackberry etc.. pc suite we can download it from internet searching with the model number. But 'Onida' is not providing their pc suite to download, For that you can to contact the shop where you purchased the mobile or you can get it from the near by service center. Once you get this pc suite (suitable for your mobile) you can install it on your computer and get a gprs prepaid card ( Rs-15, Rs-50 etc) scratch and charge it to your mobile. Now you can easily browse internet.
Here's the link to the website to download the Samsung PC Studio Internet Access software to your PC. This software should allow you to use your phone as a modem to tether a PC to the Internet.
Keep in mind, however that you will need a Data plan on your account or you'll run up an extremely large phone bill while tethering. One more thing: it's a good idea to download and use Google Chrome as your PC's browser while tethering, too.
To connect your laptop with cell phone for interent, visit http://www.motoconnect.blogspot.com . It is described for Motorola L6 Phone with AirTel GPRS connection. Just change the access point www.e.pr where e-stand for east(replace accordingly) and pr-stands for prepaid and po-for postpaid.
Hope it works