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Kyocera 7135 data plans

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Ron Dawes, Jun 11, 2004.

  1. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     



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  2. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  3. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  4. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  5. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  6. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  7. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  8. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  9. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  10. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  11. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  12. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  13. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  14. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  15. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  16. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
    >
    > ; Again, a browser is a browser. They use IP.
    > ; If one works and another doesn't the problem isn't with your
    > connection ; at the link level (QNC or 1xRTT).
    >
    > I never said it was. It is apparently at the cellular network level,
    > aka my access plan.


    No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    -Quick
     
  17. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    ; The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    ; to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    ; that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    ; proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    One of the selling points of Blazer is that it doesn't need one, and
    that is currently my browser of choice. I just double checked, and it
    is not set to use a proxy. Do you think that may be the problem? That
    when on the AC plan with NA feature, that I need a proxy?

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "How am I? I'm broke...ruined...destitute...a pariah. <brightly> How
    are you?" "Not bad." (Quark and Rom, DS9 "Body Parts")
     
  18. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    ; The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    ; to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    ; that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    ; proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    One of the selling points of Blazer is that it doesn't need one, and
    that is currently my browser of choice. I just double checked, and it
    is not set to use a proxy. Do you think that may be the problem? That
    when on the AC plan with NA feature, that I need a proxy?

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "How am I? I'm broke...ruined...destitute...a pariah. <brightly> How
    are you?" "Not bad." (Quark and Rom, DS9 "Body Parts")
     
  19. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    ; The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    ; to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    ; that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    ; proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    One of the selling points of Blazer is that it doesn't need one, and
    that is currently my browser of choice. I just double checked, and it
    is not set to use a proxy. Do you think that may be the problem? That
    when on the AC plan with NA feature, that I need a proxy?

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "How am I? I'm broke...ruined...destitute...a pariah. <brightly> How
    are you?" "Not bad." (Quark and Rom, DS9 "Body Parts")
     
  20. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; No... I doubt it. Cellular network level, no. Access plan, maybe.
    ; The only thing I can think of is that they are blocking IP access
    ; to anything other than their wap portal but I don't think they do
    ; that. You don't have your other browsers configured to use a
    ; proxy (that isn't there) do you?

    One of the selling points of Blazer is that it doesn't need one, and
    that is currently my browser of choice. I just double checked, and it
    is not set to use a proxy. Do you think that may be the problem? That
    when on the AC plan with NA feature, that I need a proxy?

    --
    Jeffrey Kaplan <*> www.gordol.org
    The from userid is killfiled <*> Send personal mail to gordol

    "How am I? I'm broke...ruined...destitute...a pariah. <brightly> How
    are you?" "Not bad." (Quark and Rom, DS9 "Body Parts")
     

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