Searching is over to how to set up your mobile phone’s GPRS would make you either a WHOSE or a WHO’S. Either someone WHOSE phone carrier didn’t give you much detail regarding your settings or someone WHO’S just too lazy to have it done manually.
What better way to setting up your mobile phone’s GPRS or WAP settings easier, is to simply check out on Tweakker. A lot of mobile phones are supported by tweakker; as for me, the tutorial worked well on my Samsung Punch GT-C3222. You might as well hope that it would work as well with your mobile phone as you follow these steps carefully.
- By the time you open Tweakker, the browser will automatically detect your country or if it didn’t you could just manually select it on the list to determine the country code. In my case, because I reside in the Philippines, I would see a (+63) beside the country I’m in.
- Enter your mobile phone number removing the country code, entering only the digit that comes after the country code and it would automatically detect your network carrier
- Choose your mobile phone brand from the list; you’d probably know the brand of your phone right?
- Now choose the model of your mobile phone, this is a bit confusing when you can’t find it on the list. I entered mine as “punch” but it’s not on the list so I tried entering C3222 and it worked. If you don’t know the model of your phone try doing this, restart your phone then check on the welcome screen, or you might as well open the back of your phone case then remove the battery and it could be somewhere there along with the SIM.
- Select any website like Google or Facebook as your start page.
- Tick to accept the terms and conditions then enter the protection code and hit ok. Wait for a minute, once you have received an SMS configuration, hit install and you’re done.
Android phones are the latest craze with its mobile internet browsing features that would make you want to surf the web all day. Social networks like updating Facebook and Twitter with ease and earning Foursquare badges on the go. The thing is, are you already enrolled in a mobile internet unlimited plan? Well you don’t have to worry anything about your bills anymore.
Other users may not need an all day mobile internet browsing, and despite all of it they still get unexpected billing or their prepaid credits seem to disappear. Maybe this tip from Sun Cellular can help you maximize your mobile browsing experience. I found this useful as this maybe the culprit behind why I had a big amount added to my monthly bill. I think this will apply to other mobile networks as well as you only have to change the settings on your phone. Keep browsing.
Avoid incurring unintentional Mobile Internet costs by doing the following
(1) Exiting your Web Browser after surfing to cut the GPRS/Internet Connection;
2) Setting your phone’s GPRS/Internet Connection to MANUAL to avoid automatic connection. Please check your phone manual for instructions on how to turn off your phone’s automatic internet connection; and
(3) Doing the same for phone apps. Set your phone apps’ GPRS/Internet Connection to Manual to avoid automatic connection.
Call the hotline at 200 from your Sun mobile phone or (02) 395-8000 from any landline for more information.
You can now connect with your friends on Facebook using Sun Cellular WAP service on your mobile phones. Facebook collaborated with mobile operators around the world, people can access 0.facebook.com without data charges. This Includes all the standard features, users can update their status, view their News Feed, like or comment on posts, send and reply to messages, or write on their friends’ Wall just as they do on Facebook.com. They made it FAST and FREE so grab that phone and follow this steps.
- Activate your GPRS and configure your handset by texting activate to 2300 for FREE.
- Choose Sun WAP as your access point.
- Go to http://wap.suncellular.com.ph and click the Facebook Zero link.
Facebook Zero is a free text-only mobile version of Facebook. Standard browsing rates of Php10 for 30 minutes will apply when viewing photos or external links. Prepaid users is not required to have any maintaining balance to use the service. If you have any questions you can call the customer service by dialing 200 to your Sun mobile phone or their hotline (02) 395-800. Though I find the website http://www.suncellular.com.ph usability a bit disappointing as I have to wait for the slideshow and hit the print screen button just to read the instructions.