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    The Electro Ghandi Wireless Buddy's Avatar
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    Question What's the Quick2Net status?

    Anybody get this working? mrailing?

    There are still several i730 Quick2Net users out there and we would appreciate a solution for this. Thanks!
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    What's Quick2Net? I never had a 730, but I might be able to help.
    I wouldn't say I've been missing it Bob.

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    It's an older Verizon data network that is quite slow, but it does not require a monthly plan and only uses your minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wireless Buddy View Post
    It's an older Verizon data network that is quite slow, but it does not require a monthly plan and only uses your minutes.
    Hmm, maybe its just a matter of finding the right serrver to gget your CDMA radio to connect to.

    I remember people changing the default DNS server on their MotoQ's to get faster page rendering. Do you know anyone who could tell you what DNS Quick2Net used? I think it was a VPN setting...

    Anyway, hope that helps get you down the right road.
    I'll keep thinking.
    I wouldn't say I've been missing it Bob.

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