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    How are you guys getting to t-zones? If I go to http://wap.myvoicestream.com, Blazer just sits there. I'm currently using the BlackBerry Unlimited plan, but I couldn't get to t-zones when I was on the TotalInternet plan either.

    FYI, my network service is set to "T-Zones".
  2. #22  
    If you want to get to the wap homepage from t-mobile, you have to set the blazer proxy. For all other pages, leave it off.
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  3.    #23  
    why would you want to get to the tzones page?
  4. #24  
    Quote Originally Posted by FourtyEightFan View Post
    How are you guys getting to t-zones? If I go to http://wap.myvoicestream.com, Blazer just sits there. I'm currently using the BlackBerry Unlimited plan, but I couldn't get to t-zones when I was on the TotalInternet plan either.

    FYI, my network service is set to "T-Zones".
    What exactly are you trying to accomplish? And why would you ever want to goto the t-zones homepage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FourtyEightFan View Post
    How are you guys getting to t-zones? If I go to http://wap.myvoicestream.com, Blazer just sits there. I'm currently using the BlackBerry Unlimited plan, but I couldn't get to t-zones when I was on the TotalInternet plan either.

    FYI, my network service is set to "T-Zones".
    You don't have to go to the T-Zones page to use the Web features of a T-Zones account. However, the links are:

    T-Zones:
    http://www.t-mobileapps.com/vs/istre...ites/index.cfm
    T-mobile Internet:
    wap.myvoicestream.com/go-to-t-mobileweb/

    I hope this is what you meant?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maris View Post
    You don't have to go to the T-Zones page to use the Web features of a T-Zones account. However, the links are:

    T-Zones:
    http://www.t-mobileapps.com/vs/istre...ites/index.cfm
    T-mobile Internet:
    wap.myvoicestream.com/go-to-t-mobileweb/

    I hope this is what you meant?

    I think I understand what your saying but there's nothing that you get from the t-zones front page that you can't get on the web. Even the t-mobile specific stuff is available on the t-mo site. The t-zone homepage is more like a front end index page to the internet like AOL does.

    Perhaps I'm missing something.... I'm really just being curious now.

    Also the t-zones url you listed above takes me to a download, is that correct?
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