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Problem connectin to Three 3 mobile


nerawan

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Hi. I had used Three (3) mobile for about 8 months without problem until a week ago. Suddenly the problem appeared. When i get connected everything is o.k. The strenght signal is strong and i get the 3 homepage but when I try to open a second or third page the problem comes. I get the message Int Explorer can not open the page. The same happens with Firefox. If I run the test IP CONFIG everything is o.k but with I tried to PING most of the time the request is time out but the 3 box says I'm connected.

I talked to 2 people but they have not been able to find the problem. They sent me a second dongle but it's still the same. Anyone has any idea what could be wrong?. It could be the SIM card?. thanks for any answers.

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mgmcc

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You don't say if your "3" mobile is pay-as-you-go or contract. Being able to access only Three's own page suggests they have blocked access to other sites because there is no available credit in the account. This could be a SIM card issue but I'd suggest you contact their tech support people to see what the problem is.

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