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Default T-Mobile Blocking T-Zone Site from 7100t user?

It seems that T-Mobile is blocking lots of t-zone sites. I found this out by going through their own site. When you login in there is a link to manage your t-zone contant If search around the tmobile there is a link for the default t-zone menu which is here. http://support.t-mobile.com/knowbase...c/tm21394.htm? our menu has almost none of this contant. It does seem you can add bookmarks to the contant but they seem to be blocked or don't work right. This includes http://vstr.aol.com/ which is the AOL Mobile Portal if you could logon here we could check our AOL Email. It won't let you login.
Anyone have any idea why we can't use this?

Thanx,
LK
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