coorspate wrote:to get it working it took me 5 solid days of calling at&t. At&t are THE problem. you have to keep calling tech support til you get someone that understands the enabling on your account in the snopes system --- mms:yes wap push:yes --- will not hurt their system in any way. you also have to change the messaging plan to a regular one (this is the easiest part). after trying to convince several techs that i needed to switch phones or needed exchange email i finally decided to tell the truth and he 3rd person (tech) i talked to done the whole thing in about 30 seconds! i had to shut off my phone and turn it back on but it works like a charm now. hope this helps!
romeoz wrote:This was working perfect for me but I went to the 3G two days ago and it all stopped. Two days on the phone and nothing with AT&T. I tried this and it worked PERFECT...the lady even said it was funny how I said exactly what I wanted in their "terms" here is a audio clip of the recap of what she did...i recorded our conversation...well the last part of it...
First off, call 888.892.9760. These are tier level reps who know what they're doing. Second off, make sure you have the rep enable WAP push (There are 2 places in Snooper for them to make the change.) Next, have the rep change your iphone texting plan to a normal non-iphone text plan. (costs the same). Lastly, have them resend your ota's (over-the-air activation) and reset your vlr's (clears the registry). Power cycle your phone and you should be good to go.
Here is my new rate plan with after she updated me.
I tried this with AT&T and everything was going great until they tried to change the WAP push (one of the two snooper settings). The system didn't let them change this setting and it the end they said they couldn't change it because the iPhone is a safari based system? Should I push them to override this somehow? or do you know of another work around.
Do I need to get off an iphone plan all together and just get internet and messaging seperately? I noticed in the session with AT&T you recorded it seemed you had done that.
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