Question about Sony Ericsson T630
You should ask for the gprs setting from your service provider, they can help you with it.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
It's very simple.
First, call your phone's service provider.
Ask them if your phone can support gprs (if you don't know that already)
If it's supported, ask
them to activate gprs for your phone.
The activation will be done within 2 or 3 hours,.
Finally, you will receive a service message containing the gprs settings required to browse the internet on phone.
You're ready to surf.
But do confirm data transfer charges. They can be costly.
To start surfing, just open the phone browser, and enter the website you want to go.
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YakYak, Go onto your network providers website register on there, and there should be a option once you have signed up, confirmed your email address etc... You should Be able to set it up for MMS & GPRS, hope this works and good luck.
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