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Kyocera 7135 data plans

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

  1. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     



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  2. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     
  3. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     
  4. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     
  5. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     
  6. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     
  7. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     
  8. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     
  9. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     
  10. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     
  11. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     
  12. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     
  13. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     
  14. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Quick said:

    ; > On America's Choice with the National Access +feature+, I could only
    ; > use the WAP browser.
    ;
    ; ALERT! ALERT! This doesn't make sense. I can connect any of my
    ; past or present browsers over either QNC or EN/NA. Both links are
    ; under IP and the link doesn't make a difference (other than speed, billing,
    ; etc.).
    ; The IP layer effectively shields applications above it from the link(s)
    ; below
    ; it. So if you can connect one application over IP then you should be able
    ; to connect all applications over IP.

    I know it doesn't make sense. There are a lot of things in this
    business that don't makes sense.

    ; Have you carefully checked your settings under Palm Prefs->network?

    Yes. The settings work when using the NA plan, but not when using the
    NA feature under an AC plan.

    ; One thing that comes to mind is that the NA +plan+ could use a different
    ; number (#777) than the AC +feature+ ? just a wild guess.

    Not that I know of. VZW's data group tech support said to make sure it
    was set to #777.

    ; Check each browser and see if they have configuration determining which
    ; network settings they use from the prefs.

    Blazer, forex, opens the system prefs locked into the Network settings
    when I go to view/edit its network settings.

    ; 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.

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

    "This is important! But you have to stay absolutely cool. I may be
    completely off-base, and panicking prematurely." "I don't think so. I
    think you're panicking post-maturely. In fact, if you were panicking
    any later it would have to be practically posthumously. I've been
    panicking for days." (Miles and Ivan [Lois McMaster Bujold,
    "Cetaganda"])
     
  15. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:

    ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no standard codes,

    I have said I'm in MA.

    ; ones for other markets like "NAMOU" or "1XRTT" won't do you a bit of good.
    ; Fraid you'll have to do it the old fashioned way, and keep trying until you
    ; find someone with a modicum of intelligence that will hit a button and add
    ; it for free to your current voice plan.
    ; Just out of curiosity, have you even checked your current plan/bill yet?

    I cannot make heads or tails out of my current bill, because it
    contains what looks like two plan changes, from when I had last tried
    to switch to an AC plan with the NA +feature+ and failed to get the
    data access.

    ; Look at your bill under current options, see if National Access" is listed.
    ; You may already have it!

    I have also already said that I currently am on a National Access
    +plan+. I even provided a link to the plan's description.

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

    "If you love wealth more than liberty, the tranquility of servitude
    better than the animating contest of freedom, depart from us in peace.
    We ask not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand
    that feeds you. May your chains rest lightly upon you and may
    posterity forget that you were our countrymen." - Samuel Adams
     
  16. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:

    ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no standard codes,

    I have said I'm in MA.

    ; ones for other markets like "NAMOU" or "1XRTT" won't do you a bit of good.
    ; Fraid you'll have to do it the old fashioned way, and keep trying until you
    ; find someone with a modicum of intelligence that will hit a button and add
    ; it for free to your current voice plan.
    ; Just out of curiosity, have you even checked your current plan/bill yet?

    I cannot make heads or tails out of my current bill, because it
    contains what looks like two plan changes, from when I had last tried
    to switch to an AC plan with the NA +feature+ and failed to get the
    data access.

    ; Look at your bill under current options, see if National Access" is listed.
    ; You may already have it!

    I have also already said that I currently am on a National Access
    +plan+. I even provided a link to the plan's description.

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

    "If you love wealth more than liberty, the tranquility of servitude
    better than the animating contest of freedom, depart from us in peace.
    We ask not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand
    that feeds you. May your chains rest lightly upon you and may
    posterity forget that you were our countrymen." - Samuel Adams
     
  17. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:

    ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no standard codes,

    I have said I'm in MA.

    ; ones for other markets like "NAMOU" or "1XRTT" won't do you a bit of good.
    ; Fraid you'll have to do it the old fashioned way, and keep trying until you
    ; find someone with a modicum of intelligence that will hit a button and add
    ; it for free to your current voice plan.
    ; Just out of curiosity, have you even checked your current plan/bill yet?

    I cannot make heads or tails out of my current bill, because it
    contains what looks like two plan changes, from when I had last tried
    to switch to an AC plan with the NA +feature+ and failed to get the
    data access.

    ; Look at your bill under current options, see if National Access" is listed.
    ; You may already have it!

    I have also already said that I currently am on a National Access
    +plan+. I even provided a link to the plan's description.

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

    "If you love wealth more than liberty, the tranquility of servitude
    better than the animating contest of freedom, depart from us in peace.
    We ask not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand
    that feeds you. May your chains rest lightly upon you and may
    posterity forget that you were our countrymen." - Samuel Adams
     
  18. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:

    ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no standard codes,

    I have said I'm in MA.

    ; ones for other markets like "NAMOU" or "1XRTT" won't do you a bit of good.
    ; Fraid you'll have to do it the old fashioned way, and keep trying until you
    ; find someone with a modicum of intelligence that will hit a button and add
    ; it for free to your current voice plan.
    ; Just out of curiosity, have you even checked your current plan/bill yet?

    I cannot make heads or tails out of my current bill, because it
    contains what looks like two plan changes, from when I had last tried
    to switch to an AC plan with the NA +feature+ and failed to get the
    data access.

    ; Look at your bill under current options, see if National Access" is listed.
    ; You may already have it!

    I have also already said that I currently am on a National Access
    +plan+. I even provided a link to the plan's description.

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

    "If you love wealth more than liberty, the tranquility of servitude
    better than the animating contest of freedom, depart from us in peace.
    We ask not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand
    that feeds you. May your chains rest lightly upon you and may
    posterity forget that you were our countrymen." - Samuel Adams
     
  19. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:

    ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no standard codes,

    I have said I'm in MA.

    ; ones for other markets like "NAMOU" or "1XRTT" won't do you a bit of good.
    ; Fraid you'll have to do it the old fashioned way, and keep trying until you
    ; find someone with a modicum of intelligence that will hit a button and add
    ; it for free to your current voice plan.
    ; Just out of curiosity, have you even checked your current plan/bill yet?

    I cannot make heads or tails out of my current bill, because it
    contains what looks like two plan changes, from when I had last tried
    to switch to an AC plan with the NA +feature+ and failed to get the
    data access.

    ; Look at your bill under current options, see if National Access" is listed.
    ; You may already have it!

    I have also already said that I currently am on a National Access
    +plan+. I even provided a link to the plan's description.

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

    "If you love wealth more than liberty, the tranquility of servitude
    better than the animating contest of freedom, depart from us in peace.
    We ask not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand
    that feeds you. May your chains rest lightly upon you and may
    posterity forget that you were our countrymen." - Samuel Adams
     
  20. Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:

    ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no standard codes,

    I have said I'm in MA.

    ; ones for other markets like "NAMOU" or "1XRTT" won't do you a bit of good.
    ; Fraid you'll have to do it the old fashioned way, and keep trying until you
    ; find someone with a modicum of intelligence that will hit a button and add
    ; it for free to your current voice plan.
    ; Just out of curiosity, have you even checked your current plan/bill yet?

    I cannot make heads or tails out of my current bill, because it
    contains what looks like two plan changes, from when I had last tried
    to switch to an AC plan with the NA +feature+ and failed to get the
    data access.

    ; Look at your bill under current options, see if National Access" is listed.
    ; You may already have it!

    I have also already said that I currently am on a National Access
    +plan+. I even provided a link to the plan's description.

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

    "If you love wealth more than liberty, the tranquility of servitude
    better than the animating contest of freedom, depart from us in peace.
    We ask not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand
    that feeds you. May your chains rest lightly upon you and may
    posterity forget that you were our countrymen." - Samuel Adams
     

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