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FREE Internet on your T616/T610, Well kinda anyway.

Discussion in 'All Other Brands of Wireless Phones' started by Michael95GT, Aug 23, 2003.

  1. Michael95GT

    Michael95GT Junior Member
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    Dec 24, 2002
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    First off, I don't know it works because my phone is unlocked or not. It might also work on on the T30X/T31X series too, don't know about other brands.

    Second, it's not really FREE, but if you have internet access in your home/office it won't cost any extra.

    I recently had WIE/WI turned off on my Cingular account, because I didn't think it was worth the price. ($6.99)

    We had a storm here last night and the electricity was off for about 4 hours. Bored, with nothing to do, I was playing with my phone, and proceeded to delete all the DATA accounts and WAP profiles. I then created a new account with my home ISP's number, user name and password. Damn, it connected, but I couldn't access any sites. I needed a DNS address. With a flash light I dug out a list of WAP I.P. addresss that I could never get to work on my T720 (Maybe, because it was locked?)

    Anyway I tried the one for Waptunnel, no luck!(

    Then for the Ericsson developer site, again, no good!(

    Then for BT Cellnet. Bingo it went right through. (

    Pressing the the "Internet" button on the side connects me to SonyEricsson's WAP site. Apparently deleting all the WAP profiles reverted it back to the factory specs, cause when I had WIE with Cingular, it sent me to "My Wireless Window" Witch , by the way I can still access?!?!?

    In case it's not obvious, this is a CSD connection, not GPRS. SLOW but FREE!!!!!

    If this has allready been posted, Sorry. Just thought I'd share.
  2. hawk1500

    hawk1500 New Member

    Aug 30, 2003
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    Damn, I just tried exactly what you said and it wouldn't work. Oh well.

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