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Do u think any network Provider willgive free gprs?

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Internet is available worldwide on various technologies. Ranging from the high speed LTE network to the least speed of GPRS, it has spread all over. When you first activate Internet on your smartphone, you would need the settings of Internet from your network operator. Usually, all the network providers send you the settings of GPRS as soon as you activate any Internet plan. In some cases, you need to send a message with specific text in order to receive the settings. Even though using both the ways, if you do not get the settings, then you need to manually do them on your phone. If you are good enough to take care of the settings, then you are ready to go. However, if you do not know how to manually add GPRS settings, then you should continue reading this post. In the post below, you will find how you can get free gprs settings and how you can setup them on your phone. Free GPRS Settings Free GPRS Settings For Your Internet Enabled Smartphone These settings are for the Indian Network operators. Thus, if you are not from India, you will need to get the settings either from your operator or from somewhere else. Well, assuming that you are from India and seeking the GPRS settings, follow the steps described below. The settings are given below, each with the name and the value. All the settings can be setup using one method, but the APN and some other settings will vary. First of all, open the Menu on your phone followed by settings. Find the GPRS settings section and then add the following settings. For Aircel: APN: aircelgprs Proxy: Port: 8081 For Airtel: APN: Proxy: Port: 8080 For BPL: APN: mizone Proxy: Port: 8080 For BSNL: APN: Proxy: Port: 8080 For Vodafone: APN: portalnmms Proxy: Port: 8080 For Idea: APN: imis Proxy: Port: 8080 For MTNL: APN: gprsmtnldel Proxy: Port: 9201 For Reliance: APN: smartnet Proxy: Port: 8080 For Tata Docomo: APN: apn Proxy: Port: 8080 For Uninor: APN: Uninor Proxy: Port: 8080 Above are the GPRS settings for the network operators in India. We have tried to get as many settings as we could. Usually, by setting up your phone with the above settings, it would become able to connect to Internet. In some cases, you will need extra settings, that can be obtained by calling to the customer care of the respective network operator. Let us know how these settings worked !
Posted: 21-02-2012 @ 17:53:22
vodaphone gives toll free gprs
Posted: 09-06-2011 @ 21:39:52
Posted: 03-06-2011 @ 08:53:32
gprs activity on a phone requires a dedicated packet data network. This requires constant maintenance and network providers have to even pay some sites the user access. So i dont believe that any provider will give free gprs. Although in starting it may give that to increase its popularity and gather users.
Posted: 26-05-2011 @ 21:10:41
Airtel gives airtel live service
Posted: 26-05-2011 @ 17:37:28
Posted: 26-05-2011 @ 17:36:36
Private sector service providers initially gives but not gives for long time.
Posted: 26-05-2011 @ 16:41:02
No else
Posted: 26-05-2011 @ 16:06:23