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How do you switch off internet browsing (Nokia or Sony Ericsson)

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
I'm abroad on holiday soon and don't want to accidentally use any internet browsing, not even for a second. If I read my Vodafone info. right I only need to accidentally engage the web browser for a couple of seconds to find it charges a minimum 5 quid or something like that each time you do it on seperate days..

I have a SE k810, c902 and a nokia E51. In the Uk I want web browsing and mobile broadband enabled but just want to switch it off for a couple of weeks?
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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6 and a half hours later no replies so you guys must be stiumped too!
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Isn't it just a matter of not pressing the button :o
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for the k810 - menu > settings > connectivity > data communication >data accounts > new account > ps data > name it anything you want >leave apn, username and password blank > save. then go back to connectivity > internet settings > select the account you just created and it shouldnt connect the the net.

i imagine the process will be similar for the c902 but the options may be slightly different due to the new interface
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for the k810 - menu > settings > connectivity > data communication >data accounts > new account > ps data > name it anything you want >leave apn, username and password blank > save. then go back to connectivity > internet settings > select the account you just created and it shouldnt connect the the net.

i imagine the process will be similar for the c902 but the options may be slightly different due to the new interface


Thanks, yes, did consider doing soething like that...great minds think alike!

The simple answer 'avoid the button' well I agree but with big hands and sometimes as easy as inadvertantly pressing the button or tilting the 4 way pad can initiate the data connection so I wanted to avoid it.

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