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Services / GPRS (high speed Internet)

What is GPRS?

GPRS stands for General Packet Radio Service ( for example,  to have permanent access to Internet via GPRS phone terminal ).



What is GPRS for?

To browse in Internet pages you can use computer (i.e. laptop), electronic organizer (Palm, Pilot, Psion, etc.) as well as mobile GPRS phone. And you can visit HTML pages, download files, and apply E-mail applications and any other Internet resources. The common GSM net provides the maximum speed up to 4 Kb/s, but GPRS provides  the speed up to 171.2 Kb/s at full usage.

3.5G-HSDPA

3.5G-HSDPA service allows Babilon-Mobile’s  subscribers to have Internet access at 7.2 Mb/s, and also it improves the quality of multimedia services, such as Video calls, MMS, etc.

What is HSDPA?

HSDPA is a High Speed Downlink Packet Access technology for inbound channel. HSDPA provides the high speed for data communication services, and you can download music and video files, share the files, send e-mails with attachments of big size, visit the web pages, receive/transfer data, and effectively work in online mode.

If you have USB modem supporting HSDPA standard, you just insert your SIM card or a special Mobi-Net card and get the super speed of Internet access up to 7.2 Mb/s in your PC.
Compatibility with up to date network technology HSDPA provides subscribers all advantages of mobile Internet, including  uploading of music, video files, etc. and  e-mail service –at incredible speed. Depending on your location in Dushanbe city, the data communication would be performed at max available speed.

Attention!
- The quality of service (Internet access speed) depends on landscape, building architecture, room construction and network workload.
- You phone terminal should support HSDPA standard in order to provide the Internet access at the max speed up to 7,2 Mb/s.
- Internet traffic cost depends on your tariff plan.


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GPRS/MMS autosettings

 


Settings for more popular models of mobile terminals

For Nokia 2610, 3110 classic, 6020, 6030, 6233, 6230i, 6300

Step 1
Menu>Settings>Setting configurations>Setting of personal configurations>”Options”>Add new>Internet
Account name: BM
Home page: http://wap.tj
User name:  empty
Preferred point of access:
Proxy: Disable
Data channel: GPRS
Channel setting:
Inbound point of GPRS connection: Babilon
User name: (empty)
Back to Babilon-GPRS – “Options”>Enable

Note:
If, having entered the settings, you fail to establish Internet connectivity, restart your mobile terminal.

 

For NOKIA 3100

Step 1
Menu>Mini browser >Settings>Connection Settings-Setting modifications:
Name of settings: BM
Own (home) web-page: http://wap.tj
Session name: Temporary
Connection protection: Disable
Data channel: GPRS
Channel settings:
GPRS connection: Enabled
Inbound point of GPRS connection: babilon
IP address: 193.111.010.029
Type of authentication: Ordinary
Type of registration: Automatically
User name: empty
Password: empty
Back-Back-Current settings:
Babilon-GPRS-Disable

 

For NOKIA 6230

Step 1
Select Menu>Internet>Settings>Connectivity parameters>Modify active Internet parameters:
Settings name: BM
Home page: http://wap.tj
Proxy servers: Disable
Data channel: GPRS
Channel settings:
Inbound point of GPRS connection: Babilon
Type of authentication: Ordinary
Type of registration: Automatically
User name: wap

Step 2
Active/Currents Internet parameters:
Babilon-GPRS-Enable

Note:
If, having entered the settings, you fail to establish Internet connectivity, restart your mobile terminal.

 

For NOKIA N70, N73

Step 1
Menu>Setting-connection-

  1. Point of access-functions-new point of access-use standard parameters-

Name of connectivity: BM
Data channel: packet data
Name of access point: babilon
User name: empty
Password request: no
Password: empty
Authentication: Ordinary
Home page: http://wap.tj
Press “Function”>Additional parameters
IP address of mobile terminal: Automatically
Initial DNS:0.0.0.0
Secondary DNS:0.0.0.0
Proxy server address: No
Number of proxy port: 8080

Step 2
Enter the main Menu-Internet-functions-settings-standard point of access-Babilon-GPRS-Select

Note:
If, having entered the settings, you fail to establish Internet connectivity, restart your mobile terminal.

 

Settings for Sony Ericsson K750i

Step 1
Menu>Connection>Data communication>Account data>New account data>GPRS data (or PS)>”Select”
Name: BM>”Continue”
Name of access point: babilon
Name of user: empty
Password: empty

Step 2
Holding the button pressed  go back to Connection
Further  Internet Parameters>Internet Profile
New profile>Press “Add”
Name: BM
Connect via: Babilon GPRS-BM
Press “Save” for saving the created profile
Press “Save”, pressing “Select” active the created profile

Note:
If, having entered the settings, you fail to establish Internet connectivity, restart your mobile terminal.

 

Settings for Samsung E250

Enter Menu>Wap browser>  Profile settings>Select profile
Profile name:  BM
Home page: http://wap.tj
Channel: only GPRS
Proxy: Disable
GPRS settings: - OK
IP address: (address of Gateway or Proxy)
Delay period: 90
DNS 1 DNS 2
Additionally: OK
Point of access (APN) – babilon
Name- empty
Password: empty save-save
Back-Current profile-Babilon-GPRS-BM-Select

Note:
If, having entered the settings, you fail to establish Internet connectivity, restart your mobile terminal.