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Access Pocket Internet Explorer with Bluetooth

I have a iPAQ H4350 and have connected via Bluetooth using PIE and NetFront to the internet. My service provider, T-Mobile, does NOT require a Name, Password, or Domain Name to authenticate access using their GPRS data service with their Bluetooth-enabled phones. Clever me went and got a Bluetooth-enabled phone from Verizon Wireless and just had to try their 1xRTT "speed" against GPRS and the Verizon authentication DOES require a Name and Password to authenticate. When I had finished having my fun on PIE using Verizon, I wanted to go back to my T-Mobile phone as my preferred modem. Even though I have deleted all instances and profiles I can find to the Verizon connection authentication, whenever I am trying to connect to T-Mobile I am getting bounced and the Network Connection screen is popping up with the pre-populated Verizon logon authentication info filled in again! I believe it is preventing me from connecting because the iPAQ is trying to be "helpful" because surely I didn't want to leave it blank (but NEED to for T-Mobile access)! Now my question: Does anyone have any way to get rid of the unneeded info that is repopulating the "Name" field? I have manually deleted it, but as I indicated it returns when I am bounced off of my attempt to logon, so that appears to not work. HELP, PLEASE!!!

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