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Vodacom gprs settings for i-mate

I have an i-mate SP JAS. I'm not certain what the connection settings should be to enable gprs. (DNS and IP address)
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If you are with Vodacom, just dial *111# , select “Device Setup” and follow the instructions.


Name APN Username Password Primary DNS

Vodacom internet None None 196.207.40.165

Secondary DNS
196.43.46.190


1. Try leaving out DNS addresses first. DNS servers are usually assigned automatically to your device on connect.
2. If you are using Vodacom and GPRS does not want to work, first call customer support and make sure your sim is activated for the “internet” APN.

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