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Can i get internet on phone ? do i need program?

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First of all I would make sure you are paying for a data/internet feature from your current cell phone provider. If you are and you cannot connect to the data still, do a search for " *insert your cell carrier here* data APN settings" and make sure they are correctly input in the cell phones settings.
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