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Hi - I have just moved from a 7100T to a 8700g - both using the same SIM on a UK T-Mobile tariff.

I usually run PocketDay and Webmessenger along with some usual surfing using the inbuilt (T-Zones branded) browser.

Since the move to the 8700g I cannot, for example, browse the web with webmessenger running, and vice versa - as if too many connections were being used. I didnt ever have this problem on the 7100t.

Any ideas anyone ? Its a real pain to shut one of them down. Thing is I can use the Minuet browser with the other things running however.

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