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Old 12-14-2007, 07:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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does wifi work with this plan for web browsing?

it did before and i couldnt load pages so i added the $25 dollar plan but realized the problem was with java and not the net so then i had it converted back down to the 15 dollar plan but they put some sort of restriction on it again...


now it says cant open web browser!!

is there any way around that or do i have to call back and upgrade the plan again.?

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Old 12-14-2007, 08:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It does not work on Rogers devices, Rogers only supports the text message based MSN.
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It does not work on Rogers devices, Rogers only supports the text message based MSN.
thanks for answering my first questoin!
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i think i figured this out, for others that need to figure it out, just go into the browser settings and set it up to wifi default.


my questoin now is what can we do with the 15$ data and 8320??


do third party programs work? which ones do?
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Old 12-15-2007, 05:53 PM   #5 (permalink)
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i think i figured this out, for others that need to figure it out, just go into the browser settings and set it up to wifi default.


my questoin now is what can we do with the 15$ data and 8320??


do third party programs work? which ones do?
You cant do anything. I have an 8320. Was on the $60 plan that enables TCP, I could turn EDGE off, use wifi only, and surf the web. Changed to their $15 BIS only plan which does not enable TCP, I turned EDGE off, tried using wifi only, and cant do anything AT ALL. No 3rd party apps, no Wifi browser, NOTHING.

Apparently the networking stack checks with the Roger's APN servers regardless of where the connection is coming from, and denies access prior to data / request reaching its final destination.

If someone can prove me wrong, please do. I wanna keep this thing, but Rogers is just pissing me off with their BS data plans.
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well with the 15 dollar plan you CAN use the web browser;

and beejive said they will implemetn wifi in the next update
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I'm curious as to whats tcp..and to confirm I have no data plan and I can still use wifi on my phone
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