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Have you already saved the GPRS Settings which was send by the service provider ? If not contact your particular customer care to send the configuration message for GPRS.We could not use internet without this settings.Thanks for visiting fixya
sir please call to the aircel simcard customer care and say the cellphone model number.and the phonenumber then they will send the gprs settings to your cellphone save the settings and switch off your cellphone and again switch on.then connect the data cable from phone to the computer for connecting the internet...........
check the GPRS connection settings with your network service provider.
because each mobile phone has its own connection settings, if you are able to call carrier customer service then you should ask them to send you configuration settings via sms according to your mobile model.
Then they should send you the settings and once you receive that sms, you should save them into your device then restart it and try again connecting.
GO TO MAIN MENU
TOOLS->SETTINGS->CONNECTIVITY->INTERNET SETTINGS ->INTERNET PROFIL->NEW PROFILE:
NAME : Aircel Online
User Name :Blank
Use preferred Access Point :No
Open Access Point Setting
Proxy address :blank
Then Disabled the proxy again
Data Bearer : Packet Data
Access point Name
aircelgprs.pr (Prepaid) don't give space between letters
Thats a pretty awkward error message your getting... You should talk to your carrier about the gprs services thing, but you can also try 'get settings' - from your carrier. To do this, go to start>settings>phone>services tab. Then select network service and tap get settings and select standard. If it is on home only, that might be your problem, even though I have never tried home only.