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Unread 11-12-2007, 11:49 AM   #1
Martin
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Three, 6630 and Internet Monthly

Hi all.

I'm looking for some info on using Three PAYG on my 6630 -
specifically accessing mobile internet services.

Currently i'm using Orange 3G and have been buying their '7 days
access for 5' bundle for the past month.
It allows me to use any mobile internet app and even connect my laptop
using my 6630 as a bluetooth modem (don't think that's officially
allowed so mum's the word!).

However now that the novelty of unlimited mobile internet access is
wearing off i think that 5 a week is more than i want to pay.
So i'm thinking of buying a Three PAYG sim card - my 6630 is unlocked
so no problems there - and using the 5 a month Internet Monthly.

I've spent a while browsing the Three website and found just
superficial info so hope someone on this group can supply a bit of
detail...
What can i access using Internet Monthly?

Can i use Opera Mini as well as my 6630's built in browser?
Can i use my 6630's built in email client?
Can i use Profimail to access emails?
Will apps like Google Maps and Agile Messenger work?
If Google Maps (or any other apps) won't work with the Internet
Monthly add-on then can i still use it but pay for access out of my
sim credit at 1 a MB?

Can i still access mobile internet if not in a 3G coverage area?

Windows Live Messenger is currently being promoted as free until the
end of 2007 - any idea what it will cost in 2008, will i just need an
internet add-on to be able to use it?
I'm assuming my 6630 is compatible with the official Three Messenger
client - but will i be able to use (download) it if my 6630 is not
branded by Three?

A lot of questions - hope you can all supply some answers!

Thanks.

Martin.

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Unread 11-12-2007, 11:51 AM   #2
Sean Black
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Re: Three, 6630 and Internet Monthly

In message
<515ee2eb-d233-49f2-bfda-e26e5b365b6f@a35g2000prf.googlegroups.com>,
Martin <warwound***********> writes
>Hi all.
>
>I'm looking for some info on using Three PAYG on my 6630 -
>specifically accessing mobile internet services.
>

I've only been on Three since yesterday, so I can't answer much, but I'd
certainly be interested in any other answers anyone else can come up
with.

Also, if you port your number across to Three, they give you 10 free
credit, 7 days after the number is transferred.

>What can i access using Internet Monthly?
>

So far I'm I've just used the 50p per day option, to see how much I'm
actually going to use it. I'm assuming you get charged 50p once per day
and not every time you go online that day? I notice you get a warning
every time you go online that it costs 50p per day or do I want to buy
the internet add on.

>Can i use Opera Mini as well as my 6630's built in browser?


Yes you can. I just used the standard browser that came on my N73 (not
sure what it is, I only go the phone yesterday and I'm still getting the
hang of it :-) ) I found that I couldn't access some sites as they were
blocked (presumably by Three?) a quick Google search suggested using
Opera Mini, which I downloaded and installed and all is well, works fine
and no blocked sites.

--
Sean Black
 
Unread 11-12-2007, 11:55 AM   #3
Sean Black
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Re: Three, 6630 and Internet Monthly

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In message
<515ee2eb-d233-49f2-bfda-e26e5b365b6f@a35g2000prf.googlegroups.com>,
Martin <warwound***********> writes
>Hi all.
>
>I'm looking for some info on using Three PAYG on my 6630 -
>specifically accessing mobile internet services.
>

I've only been on Three since yesterday, so I can't answer much, but I'd
certainly be interested in any other answers anyone else can come up
with.

Also, if you port your number across to Three, they give you 10 free
credit, 7 days after the number is transferred.

>What can i access using Internet Monthly?
>

So far I'm I've just used the 50p per day option, to see how much I'm
actually going to use it. I'm assuming you get charged 50p once per day
and not every time you go online that day? I notice you get a warning
every time you go online that it costs 50p per day or do I want to buy
the internet add on.

>Can i use Opera Mini as well as my 6630's built in browser?


Yes you can. I just used the standard browser that came on my N73 (not
sure what it is, I only go the phone yesterday and I'm still getting the
hang of it :-) ) I found that I couldn't access some sites as they were
blocked (presumably by Three?) a quick Google search suggested using
Opera Mini, which I downloaded and installed and all is well, works fine
and no blocked sites.

--
Sean Black

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