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Web 'n' Walk option - what does this mean?

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Log on to My T-Mobile.

Bring up My Account

Go to "Mobile phone summary" -> "View or modify additional allowances and services" -> and under "web 'n' walk option" click on "Settings"

What do you see on it?

For me, it's:

Picture Messaging Off

3G (UMTS) Service Off

Web and Wap browse Off

Am I being charged for Web access, outside the ?7.50 a month package? Or am I reading it wrong... ? Should it be on?

Thanks,

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I see the same - but all my browsing has been included in the package - orb, radio feeds, push mail, ssh, mpanel etc

I shouldn't worry about it :)

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Thanks.

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I see the same - but all my browsing has been included in the package - orb, radio feeds, push mail, ssh, mpanel etc

I shouldn't worry about it :)

wait so you use orb and stream radio with web n walk, is that what you were saying?

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wait so you use orb and stream radio with web n walk, is that what you were saying?

Is that what it looks like I'm saying?

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Are there any T-Mobile Data Police on this thread?? :)

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I found the paper version of the Tmobile billing a bit confusing so it's easier to ignore everything and just look at the final ammounts then work back if you think there is a problem.

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