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  1. #1
    Alan OBrien
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    I have a 6230 and I am with O2 in the UK. I cannot get the internet on my
    phone. I have been to the Nokia site and saved the settings they have sent
    me over and over again. I have also saved the settings that O2 have sent me.
    Nothing seems to work. At one point someone on the phone at O2 told me to
    clean the sim card - but that didn't work.

    Any other wacky suggestions? I have looked all over Google and tried all the
    normal suggestions - so I might as well try out the bizarre ones.

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    Work like the ponies in coalmines.
    Dance like the teardrop explodes.
    Love like you're Frank in Blue Velvet.
    Sing as though your little throat would burst.





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  2. #2
    Igor
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    Re: "Subscribe to GPRS first"

    Alan OBrien wrote:
    > I have a 6230 and I am with O2 in the UK. I cannot get the internet on my
    > phone. I have been to the Nokia site and saved the settings they have sent
    > me over and over again. I have also saved the settings that O2 have sent me.
    > Nothing seems to work. At one point someone on the phone at O2 told me to
    > clean the sim card - but that didn't work.
    >
    > Any other wacky suggestions? I have looked all over Google and tried all the
    > normal suggestions - so I might as well try out the bizarre ones.
    >

    I had that problem on 6230i when using 3rd party apps. The solution was to create personal settings for GPRS, E-Mail and Web and one custom access point. then, define those settings as default and choose the access point you defined as GPRS modem access point (in the phone settings, not the general settings)

    Hope it works for you.



  3. #3
    KevinX
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    Re: "Subscribe to GPRS first"

    Alan,

    May be a daft question, but one knows??..

    Have you asked o2 to "provision" GPRS on your account??
    DON'T take it for granted that they "would have done it anyway".

    They (o2) would need to set this on your account.

    Good Luck


    "Alan OBrien" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:m%[email protected]
    > I have a 6230 and I am with O2 in the UK. I cannot get the internet on my
    > phone. I have been to the Nokia site and saved the settings they have sent
    > me over and over again. I have also saved the settings that O2 have sent

    me.
    > Nothing seems to work. At one point someone on the phone at O2 told me to
    > clean the sim card - but that didn't work.
    >
    > Any other wacky suggestions? I have looked all over Google and tried all

    the
    > normal suggestions - so I might as well try out the bizarre ones.
    >
    > --
    > Work like the ponies in coalmines.
    > Dance like the teardrop explodes.
    > Love like you're Frank in Blue Velvet.
    > Sing as though your little throat would burst.
    >
    >






  4. #4
    Alan OBrien
    Guest

    Re: "Subscribe to GPRS first"

    Dear Brian and KevinX
    I have a feeling that it might be a problem at O2's end - although they have
    told me that it should be on. Thay sent me out more of those text messages.

    Thanks for the advice and I'll keep hammering away at them...

    "KevinX" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Alan,
    >
    > May be a daft question, but one knows??..
    >
    > Have you asked o2 to "provision" GPRS on your account??
    > DON'T take it for granted that they "would have done it anyway".
    >
    > They (o2) would need to set this on your account.
    >
    > Good Luck
    >
    >
    > "Alan OBrien" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:m%[email protected]
    >> I have a 6230 and I am with O2 in the UK. I cannot get the internet on my
    >> phone. I have been to the Nokia site and saved the settings they have
    >> sent
    >> me over and over again. I have also saved the settings that O2 have sent

    > me.
    >> Nothing seems to work. At one point someone on the phone at O2 told me to
    >> clean the sim card - but that didn't work.
    >>
    >> Any other wacky suggestions? I have looked all over Google and tried all

    > the
    >> normal suggestions - so I might as well try out the bizarre ones.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Work like the ponies in coalmines.
    >> Dance like the teardrop explodes.
    >> Love like you're Frank in Blue Velvet.
    >> Sing as though your little throat would burst.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >






  5. #5
    Alan OBrien
    Guest

    Re: "Subscribe to GPRS first"


    "Igor" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    > Alan OBrien wrote:
    >> I have a 6230 and I am with O2 in the UK. I cannot get the internet on my
    >> phone. I have been to the Nokia site and saved the settings they have
    >> sent me over and over again. I have also saved the settings that O2 have
    >> sent me. Nothing seems to work. At one point someone on the phone at O2
    >> told me to clean the sim card - but that didn't work.
    >>
    >> Any other wacky suggestions? I have looked all over Google and tried all
    >> the normal suggestions - so I might as well try out the bizarre ones.
    >>

    > I had that problem on 6230i when using 3rd party apps. The solution was to
    > create personal settings for GPRS, E-Mail and Web and one custom access
    > point. then, define those settings as default and choose the access point
    > you defined as GPRS modem access point (in the phone settings, not the
    > general settings)


    It sounds a bit complicated - I'll try O2 again first. Thanks for the
    response!





  6. #6
    birdman
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    Re: "Subscribe to GPRS first"

    "Alan OBrien" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "Igor" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Alan OBrien wrote:
    >>> I have a 6230 and I am with O2 in the UK. I cannot get the internet on
    >>> my phone. I have been to the Nokia site and saved the settings they have
    >>> sent me over and over again. I have also saved the settings that O2 have
    >>> sent me. Nothing seems to work. At one point someone on the phone at O2
    >>> told me to clean the sim card - but that didn't work.
    >>>
    >>> Any other wacky suggestions? I have looked all over Google and tried all
    >>> the normal suggestions - so I might as well try out the bizarre ones.
    >>>

    >> I had that problem on 6230i when using 3rd party apps. The solution was
    >> to create personal settings for GPRS, E-Mail and Web and one custom
    >> access point. then, define those settings as default and choose the
    >> access point you defined as GPRS modem access point (in the phone
    >> settings, not the general settings)

    >
    > It sounds a bit complicated - I'll try O2 again first. Thanks for the
    > response!

    It's definatly a problem on their side, one thing you could try is borrow a
    friends simcard which has gprs working.
    see if that works. If your phone is unlocked, try another provider. (this is
    what I did)

    Mine works now

    b.





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