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    I purchased a *locked* ATT Palm Pre Plus, after reading and bookmarking countless posts, I have not only unlocked my Pre Plus, I have a 3G connection on a brand new SaskTel network. Fortunately I had a friend with a Galaxy S, which had the MMC and MNC settings in them, as my googling these numbers was fruitless.

    I added my carrier to the CarrierNetworkSettings.db3 file by adding a record and duplicating various Rogers Wireless settings, substituting in SaskTel values when possible.

    If anyone else out there is interested in the relevant Sasktel APN information, here it is:

    APN: inet.stm.sk.ca
    Username:
    Password:
    MMS APN: proxy.stm.sk.ca
    Username:
    Password:
    MMSC: http://mms.sasktel.net
    MMS port: 80
    MMC: 302
    MNC: 780

    Thanks for all the posts!
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    Glad to hear your up and running!

    Sasktel has their HSPA network up?! Does the coverge match that of the CDMA footprint.

    My mother has been using a CDMA USB modem on the farm for Internet (near PA) but x1 is the best she can do and Rogers coverage blows.
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    I think they do have coverage in Prince Albert. I believe the coverage is limited now and not even close to the CDMA coverage, but they will be working on expanding over the next several years.

    I found a list of the sites Sasktel is currently covering with 3G.
    3G+ Rollout Schedule - Mobility - SaskTel

    Hopefully your mother can get a bit better of a net connection. 1x would feel like the 14,400 baud modem days!
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    My Galaxy S has only the APN in the settings. What is the MMS, MMC, & MMSC setting used for and do they need a username and password?

    Quote Originally Posted by MrSuzi View Post
    I purchased a *locked* ATT Palm Pre Plus, after reading and bookmarking countless posts, I have not only unlocked my Pre Plus, I have a 3G connection on a brand new SaskTel network. Fortunately I had a friend with a Galaxy S, which had the MMC and MNC settings in them, as my googling these numbers was fruitless.

    I added my carrier to the CarrierNetworkSettings.db3 file by adding a record and duplicating various Rogers Wireless settings, substituting in SaskTel values when possible.

    If anyone else out there is interested in the relevant Sasktel APN information, here it is:

    APN: inet.stm.sk.ca
    Username:
    Password:
    MMS APN: proxy.stm.sk.ca
    Username:
    Password:
    MMSC: http://mms.sasktel.net
    MMS port: 80
    MMC: 302
    MNC: 780

    Thanks for all the posts!
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    wait so you are running a Palm Pre Plus on Rogers Wireless?? COOL!
  6. #6  
    Nope...he is running it on Sasktel.
  7. #7  
    even cooler.

    Sidenote: It must be nice to run a cellphone company where there are no hills to get in the way of your signal.
  8. #8  
    Quote Originally Posted by rmausser View Post
    wait so you are running a Palm Pre Plus on Rogers Wireless?? COOL!
    Actually, we've (PreCentral) had members using Palm Pre's and Palm Pre Plus's with 3G connectivity on Rogers Wireless since February. Do a search for Rogers/Fido, and/or posts by ToniCipriani, Beast, and myself (TopTongueBarry).

    Compatable devices (once unlocked) are the Telcel Palm Pre, and the AT&T Palm Pre Plus.

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