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You can do 3 things on Nokia Lumia 520 1) to use Data Sense (an windows app) to control your mobile data usage by limiting it to a certain level like 100MB a month or something. 2) to turn mobile data usage off on your phone, by going to Setting> Mobile Network then choose "off" option for Data Connection.
3) to contact your Mobile Network ISP & request a Data Connection deactivation.
Just Contact your Service Provider or customer care and ask for GPRS Setting for your Nokia 5130. Afterwards,they will sent you GPRS Setting, it will appear as SMS orText Message. You have to save it manually.
1 Remove the back cover of your Nokia phone, and then pull the battery out of your phone while it is turned on.
Note: If you experience network glitches, coverage issues, or crackling during a call, it is necessary to reset your phone to reconnect with the cell towers in your local area (which connect to GPRS). 2 Wait a good amount of time for a refresh (approximately 30 seconds), and then put the battery and back cover back on the device. 3 Hold down the red end or power button on the phone to turn it back on. 4 Very that a GPRS icon or text appears in the top indicator bar to make sure you have reconnected to the network and activated GPRS. Change Network Bands to Activate GPRS 1 Access the phone's settings from the phone's main menu.
Note: In countries outside North America, you typically need to use the 900-MHz/1800-MHz frequency to get a GPRS signal from one of the mobile providers. 2 Move through the menu to locate the network or network setup icon. This might be two clicks depending on your phone model (network > setup). 3 Click on "band" or "phone frequency" to open the menu with the band option. 4 Select the GPRS frequency option, for example, 850/1900, 900/1800 or "automatic" to have the phone choose the strongest band signal for you. 5 Press and hold down the power button to turn off the phone, and then turn it back on to re-establish the connection to the new band if you have connection issues. Choose a Manual Network Connection to Turn On GPRS 1 Access the main menu on the phone to get to the settings menu. 2 Click the selection for "phone," and then usually there is a follow-up option to select "Operator selection" (based on your model of phone). 3 Select "Manual" to pick a new network to connect to (for international or roaming connections).
Note: Select "Automatic" if you are having connection problems; this will automatically connect to the GPRS connection of your cell phone provider. 4 Verify that your Nokia phone establishes a connection with a network and that the phone works as expected.
Nokia phones has a builtin APN database so you don't have to setup the information every time you insert or change a SIM Card. Kindly check ypou have GPRS services activated by your cellular provider . Once you get them activated , turn off your phone and restart it and it will start using GPRS .
What you mean all networks , if you want to use all cellular companies it' impossible till you exchange their SIM cards , if you want to use Cell Service , EDGE / GPRS , Bluetooth and WiFi , just turn everything on , use one application on EDGE/ GPRS and one on Wifi while have your laptop connected via BT to your phone
1)You must have money on your phone before you can go on GPRS.
2)You might need more signal
4)Your homepage mite have the wrong wap address Your GPRS probably isnt activated on the other side!
Ring up your operator and get them to turn it on!