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was posting already before but didnt get a reply at all.... nobody??

just need to know, how to set up/configurate my nokia 5310 xpress music for GPRS/internet, using a True move sim

was writing already 2 emails to the support center of true.... nothing at all!

thnks a lot

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was posting already before but didnt get a reply at all.... nobody??

just need to know, how to set up/configurate my nokia 5310 xpress music for GPRS/internet, using a True move sim

was writing already 2 emails to the support center of true.... nothing at all!

thnks a lot

flip

Check this link out. I believe that you'll have to call a specific phone number and have them set up access, otherwise you'll have a quite hefty drain on your balance. Take your phone to a phone shop and tell them you want internet on it--they'll do it for a small fee if that.

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got it now!

actually quite easy, just need to call/dial *9000 for activating gprs.

gprs hotline: 1331 , the guy speaking quite good english..!

i did choose the 250 baht/month package, edge/gprs unlimited!

for the connect to my laptop just using nokia pc suite, easy as well!

but actually it is very, very slow mostly! for emails, skype, msn etc. ok

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When I added GPRS as a True customer, I simply took my Nokia phone to one of their customer service shops (in my case Siam Paragon), and they happily set all the correct settings. No charge, and it took about 10 minutes.

Don't deal with the customer service girls... no offense. Look for/ask for the tech guys/girls, so they can fix the issue straight away.

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When I added GPRS as a True customer, I simply took my Nokia phone to one of their customer service shops (in my case Siam Paragon), and they happily set all the correct settings. No charge, and it took about 10 minutes.

Don't deal with the customer service girls... no offense. Look for/ask for the tech guys/girls, so they can fix the issue straight away.

I took my T-mobile g1 phone (android) to the True shop at Udon Thani shopping mall and the girls couldn't get GPRS enabled.

Called tech support and eventually found out the settings in APN is the following:

name Internet

username true

password t*** (same)

Reboot the phone and the Internet works well to do email and text tasks.

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