Behold II AT&t Network settings


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  1. i2hi4u

    i2hi4u Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    For those looking to get on edge on att. Here is the magical settings
    Press *#87927# to open apns
    Then enter the settings below

    Name: AT&T
    APN: wap.cingular
    Proxy: leave blank
    Port: leave blank
    Username:WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
    Password:CINGULAR1
    Server: leave blank
    MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular.com
    MMS Proxy: wireless.cingular.com
    MMS Port: 80
    MCC:310
    MNC:410
    APN Type: Internet and mms
    Auth: none
     

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  2. pollarbear1

    pollarbear1 New Member

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    I was curious if you new what the 3g settings were, i attempted to get them from at&t but they didnt want to work for me. Thanks for posting the information for getting on the edge network before, no one new why the phone wasnt connecting but since iam paying for the data service i was wondering if I could use the 3g network.
     
  3. rage2wrath

    rage2wrath New Member

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    T-Mobile and At&T 3g are incompatible, they work on different frequency bands.
     
  4. 2FR35H

    2FR35H Well-Known Member

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    Not to be a dick or anything but if you wanted behold 2 on 3g you should have just gone with tmobile.
     
  5. djamps

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    Hmm.. are there any devices that support 3g on both?

    I need a phone now, would like to go to T-mobile, and, am on contract with AT&T for another 6 months. Am looking for something (unlocked) that would work on both so I can ride out my AT&T contract, switch to T-mobile, but leave the option of going back to AT&T if I change location in the future.

    Is there anything out there for me, or is this a pipe dream? :confused: TIA

    (btw, it's because AT&T is abysmal in my neighborhood-- I'm a fan of the euro model where carriers compete for service outside of phone offerings, but maybe it won't work here yet).
     

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