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GPRS Network not

Im trying to get into my web and it wont let me it keeps saying gprs network not available
i have t-mobile it has a configuration thing you could do to install it in this phone so i can get into my t-mobile web but everytime i try it it sais i should get a message on my phone and i never recieve anything can someone please help me. what can i do?

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Re: GPRS Network not


normally this error would cause if your in Analog Roaming area, i also have seen this error, when one travels through a Analog Roaming area, and Data portion of cell phone will get stuck with Analog Roaming Tower, when ur back with in Digital Roam Area this should go away, if not call your service provider and have them reset your data Signal from Analog Tower.

hope this information will help you.

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Hello thanks for using fixya
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) is a packet-based wireless service used for sending and receiving data through the internet protocol. With GPRS, the transmitted data is divided into various 'packets' before it is received by the user.

To use GPRS, users require:
  • A mobile phone that supports GPRS
  • A subscription or upgrade, as relevant, to the mobile network that supports GPRS
  • Some users would specifically require asking their mobile network provider to activate the GPRS while other network operators allow automatic access
  • Knowledge of how to do data transfers on their specific model of the mobile handset as it varies depending on the models and brands.

Setting up GPRS for your phones:
Usually activating GPRS on your phones are done by the service providers, and different service providers have different configurations. Additionally, the settings for GPRS vary based on the different phones and phone models. As activation is required before setting up you should know that activation process vary from one provider to other. It could be as simple as sending an SMS to a particular number or calling customer care of that particular service provider. Once the activation is taken care of, the setting of the GPRS is done based on the model of the phone.
It is important to note here that the setting for GPRS is different for different phones companies and may be different even for the different models produced by these companies.Therefore, it is recommended that you rely on the information given directly from the service provider. Again activation process may be different for postpaid and prepaid customers. So just call and demand GPRS settings for
samsung galaxy s19000 amoled by the service provider, They will send it free.

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Regarding the GPRS settings you have to contact the mobile operator .Contact customer care of your operator and request for the settings.
If they say the settings are not available for your mobile model.Kindly note the settings manually by asking from customer care or by looking into settings available in other Bsnl mobile.
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I cant access web

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Application and url gprs

hi there! thanks for using!

Just a little bit of information:

General packet radio service (GPRS) is a packet oriented mobile data service available to users of the 2G cellular communication systems global system for mobile communications (GSM), as well as in the 3G systems. In the 2G systems, GPRS provides data rates of 56-114 kbit/s.
GPRS data transfer is typically charged per megabyte of traffic transferred, while data communication via traditional circuit switching is billed per minute of connection time, independent of whether the user actually is using the capacity or is in an idle state. GPRS is a best-effort packet switched service, as opposed to circuit switching, where a certain quality of service (QoS) is guaranteed during the connection for non-mobile users.

The Nokia 3650 comes with all the software you need to connect to the Internet. Although the phone doesn't have a built-in web browser, it can access Internet content via the Wap browser (from the 'Services' menu). You can also set up the phone to access email via the messaging application. This page provides details of how to get access to email on the move with your 3650. For help with Wap, see the menu on the left


Problems connecting?
  • Ensure that your Network operator (e.g. Orange, o2, Vodafone) has 'data-enabled' your SIM card. If not, call their Customer Service people.

  • Problems with GPRS. If connecting with GPRS, you need to make sure your network operator has enabled GPRS on your account. For more on this, and other GPRS troubleshooting help, see our GPRS page
Problems sending emails
  • If you get an error such as "Problem sending message", you may be trying to send a message to one ISP's mailbox while connected to a different ISP. To prevent spamming, most ISPs require you to connect to their service (not someone else's) in order to send an email via their SMTP server. For instance, don't be surprised if you find that can't send mail from your BT Yahoo account (using the server address if you've logged on to Virgin Media.
Problems retrieving emails
  • If attempting to retrieve email gives you a "General: System error", make sure you have "Gateway IP address" set to (Tools | Settings | Connection | Access points)
    This message also appears if you are trying to connect to an email account over a WAP connection (e.g. trying to connect to BT Yahoo's mailbox while dialed up over o2's WAP service).
Problems logging in
  • If, when attempting to log in, you're constantly prompted for your password, even though you know you're typing in the right password, there are two possible causes. If you're already logged in (via a web browser or a PC program like Outlook, then you're often not allowed to log on via a second device. Make sure you're not already connected to your email provider on another machine. The other thing to check is that you're account hasn't been temporarily locked as you may have made repeated attempts to log on incorrectly. Many ISPs allow you to check your mail via a web service... it may be worth trying this to make sure your account is working properly and there are no problems at your ISP.
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  • Most mobile phone operators use different APNs (Access Point Nodes) for WAP-over-GPRS and email-over-GPRS. The upshot of this is that you can't connect to your email server over a GPRS WAP connection. Additionally, you may need to have your network operator enable access to the Internet/email GPRS service.

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