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Old 12-19-2005, 11:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I need help desperately.

I was using VODAFONE in UK and have now permanently shifted to INDIA

When I insert a orange sim card in the phone, I am able to make and receive phone calls but i am not being able to use the GPRS service.

I just want to know that incase my service provider does not support
BLACKBERRY service but supports only GPRS, can i still surf the internet
using a brower after entering the APN settings?

Please reply, as i am really worried.

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I need help desperately.

I was using VODAFONE in UK and have now permanently shifted to INDIA

When I insert a orange sim card in the phone, I am able to make and receive phone calls but i am not being able to use the GPRS service.

I just want to know that incase my service provider does not support
BLACKBERRY service but supports only GPRS, can i still surf the internet
using a brower after entering the APN settings?

Please reply, as i am really worried.

Thanks
Ujjval
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Old 12-19-2005, 11:31 AM   #3 (permalink)
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No, without a BlackBerry Data Plan you can only use you BlackBerry as a Phone, maybe SMS.
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I just want to know that incase my service provider does not support
BLACKBERRY service but supports only GPRS, can i still surf the internet
using a brower after entering the APN settings?
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I need help desperately.

I was using VODAFONE in UK and have now permanently shifted to INDIA

When I insert a orange sim card in the phone, I am able to make and receive phone calls but i am not being able to use the GPRS service.

I just want to know that incase my service provider does not support
BLACKBERRY service but supports only GPRS, can i still surf the internet
using a brower after entering the APN settings?

Please reply, as i am really worried.

Thanks
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Old 12-19-2005, 12:11 PM   #5 (permalink)
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No, without a BlackBerry Data Plan you can only use you BlackBerry as a Phone, maybe SMS.

Can't I use it for even sending & receiving emails? I mean if i activate GPRS and download a browser, is there any possibility of using it? If my other Palm OS based phones bought in the US can work in INDIA, why not Blackberry?
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