What is GPRS?
GPRS stands for General Packet Radio Service, and is a protocol for passing data over a mobile phone network. Here’s what you need to know about GPRS:

With GPRS, you don’t pay for your online time per-minute, you pay for the amount of data you transfer.

GPRS replaced dial-up mobile phone Internet access, offering faster browsing of Internet content and email. It’s an “always on” service”.

GPRS on a mobile phone doesn’t use a phone number to connect, it uses something called an APN (Access Point Name).

GPRS has now been largely superseded by faster data network services known as 3G

3 GPRS Data settings:
Access Point (contract):
Username : guest
Password: guest
Authentication: Normal

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