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Cannot connect to wap

Every time I try to connect wap on mobile I get a message saying: Error:Network unavailable. I have had Orange send me my network settings and also samsung. I have installed both but still no joy.
The model of my phone is a Samsung SGH-D900.

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Take the phone into the mobile center and ahve them fix the issue for you

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Description: mMode
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Select Messages --> MMS --> Message Settings
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Edit Data Account to the same data account you created for WAP
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Edit the Password to CINGULAR1 (UPPERCASE)

Select Done or Save
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