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Thread: Instructions on getting FREE wireless internet from T-Mobile using GPRS

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    I don't think that modem has WinXP drivers, only PocketPC drivers, so I don't think it would work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcker2000
    Ok people start listing cheap phones that this will work on and have usb or blue tooth
    Your joking, right? You want everyone to figure out what will work for you.

    First, most phones have some sort of cable. And as far as BT, you can find that out when you are searching for a phone. Do a search on Fleabay for GSM and BT.

    Almost ALL, if not all, motorola phones have a USB cable. Many have BT. Just remember to get a GSM phone, and if it is not a T-Mo phone, you will need one that is unlocked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiredwrx
    Your joking, right? You want everyone to figure out what will work for you.

    First, most phones have some sort of cable. And as far as BT, you can find that out when you are searching for a phone. Do a search on Fleabay for GSM and BT.

    Almost ALL, if not all, motorola phones have a USB cable. Many have BT. Just remember to get a GSM phone, and if it is not a T-Mo phone, you will need one that is unlocked.

    Now, for the Spoon feed.

    V300, 400, 550, 710, 700, 600, 210, 330, Razr, V60, V66
    Also, check www.phonescoop.com for more info on any phone your interested in.

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    doesn't most of the motorola phones use a small usb connector to connect to a pc? If so then that rocks as I have access to a cheap phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kameleon
    doesn't most of the motorola phones use a small usb connector to connect to a pc? If so then that rocks as I have access to a cheap phone.
    Well there are 2 types of Motorola phones. 1 with a miniusb connection (C333, V220, RAZR, etc..) and 2 the ones with the Motorola proprietary connection (T720, MPx220, V300, V551, V400, V600, etc...)

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    So really either should work just fine? I mean I can buy a mpx200 pretty cheap or I can get a v220 almost free. Thanks for the input.

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    There we go now I have my list to go over.

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    Ok guys I am hoping someone can help me out. I am a network engineer so i should be able to grasp this but i have 4 hrs into this already today.
    I just got a new motorola v330 tmobile to go phone. I also got a usb connection at the same time(no blu on the laptop).
    I installed the software and can communicate with the phone. I can also create a dial up connection in networks to dial the *99# I also set up the proxy server 216.155.165.50 port 8080 in internet explorer. It connects up great but when i view a web page it wants me to down load a file .. when i do and read the file it says this feature is not avail for my plan.
    Anyone see what i am missing?
    Thanks a lot for any help you can provide.
    Tom J

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    This is what all of you who are having problems with GPRS on T2G should do:

    Call customer service: 1 (877) 778-2106 or *8646 (*TOGO) (It's better not to call from the phone that you're trying to work with)
    Don't even try to explain to the person who answers what you are trying to do.
    Ask directly for their Tech department, and then see if they will connect you to their Data deptarment.

    This worked for me when I was trying to get my MPx220 to be used as a modem.

    Peace and good luck,

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomj
    Ok guys I am hoping someone can help me out. I am a network engineer so i should be able to grasp this but i have 4 hrs into this already today.
    I just got a new motorola v330 tmobile to go phone. I also got a usb connection at the same time(no blu on the laptop).
    I installed the software and can communicate with the phone. I can also create a dial up connection in networks to dial the *99# I also set up the proxy server 216.155.165.50 port 8080 in internet explorer. It connects up great but when i view a web page it wants me to down load a file .. when i do and read the file it says this feature is not avail for my plan.
    Anyone see what i am missing?
    Thanks a lot for any help you can provide.
    Tom J
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