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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by draymon, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. draymon

    draymon Member
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    every time when i top up, i randomly lose some credit. Im not even using any internet! i rung up customer services, and they said i was using internet.... i dont think i was.. is there and option to alert me when im about to use and internet thing with my wifi turned off? Honestly, how the hell did i lose credit?? i went from $10 to $0. What the hell is wrong? Please reply back.
     

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  2. Swizz

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    With Android phones it's really tough to completely disable *all* data usage, some will always slip through and the prepaid customers are the first to notice. The best suggestion I can make is getting one of the many APN disablers/changers available in the Market place.
     
  3. draymon

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    is that application free?
     
  4. Knutfreddy

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    Data Controller is free.
     
  5. MoreYummy

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    You can always disable the internet totally.
     
  6. Geoponic

    Geoponic Well-Known Member
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    Just go to wireless setting and disable all things internet connecting.
    (Using mobile network)

    To be honest, i don't see why you got an android phone on pre pay.

    I take it you're in america so you can't even get free internet deals like you can in the UK
     
  7. MoreYummy

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    what kind of free internet deal can you get in UK?
    any requirement?
     
  8. draymon

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    lol rofl... Im in New Zealand... I search for the APN disabler and i found one and i think it works now so im alright.
     
  9. draymon

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    would rather use APNdroid, but ill try the data controller.
     
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