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Display i cant turn off 3 g at the top or e they are in a blue box it driving me crazy

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Dont worry about it, you will be always connected to the 3g network but are only charged for any transfers you make.

on past handsets you could disconnect when you wanted, but this is not necessary on the tocco! it is simply telling the connection is available!

thanks for visiting fixya!

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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