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  1. nigeljennings's Avatar
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    Default How to turn off internet email and browsing?

    I am going abroad in a week or so time and i dont want big browsing and email bills, i am going to buy a package so i can call or text cheaper but how do i turn off the internet feature and push email temporarily on bb bold 9780
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    Manage Connections > Mobile Network Options > Data Services = Off

    Have a good trip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill_UK View Post
    Manage Connections > Mobile Network Options > Data Services = Off

    Have a good trip

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    lol guess you won't be using bbm either :\
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    Default Disable WAP to BB 9780

    Hi. Apparently, turning the Data Services off also disables my wifi. Is there a possibility to just stop the WAP access without removing the wifi?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bb9780dummy View Post
    Hi. Apparently, turning the Data Services off also disables my wifi. Is there a possibility to just stop the WAP access without removing the wifi?
    If by 'WAP access' you mean BIS, then follow Phill's instructions until you get to the Mobile Network page. Then, under While Roaming, select Off.
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