You can use a number of great services, including:

High-speed web browsing, TV streaming, full-track downloads, WAP and 3G portal services, mobile video alerts, video IDD calls, data downloads and more!

Yes, you will be able to. However, both services (voice and data) cannot be used simultaneously (except in the case of some special phones). Once you receive an incoming call, the data session is temporarily kept on hold. After the call ends, the data session is resumed.

Yes, to receive calls you need to have the facility activated.

Yes, you can re-activate it free-of-charge.

Yes, it will work while you are on roaming but 3G roaming charges will be applicable.

It is the cheapest way to access the Internet or Internet based services via your mobile device from anywhere in the island.

GPRS enables services such as colour Internet browsing, e-mail on the move, powerful visual communications, multimedia messages and location-based services.
If your handset is compatible with EDGE (e.g. Nokia 6220, 6230) you could go up to 120 kbps where EDGE coverage is available.

A GPRS compatible phone with the appropriate settings. e.g. Nokia 6600, 6220

Java, Email, MMS, Social Networking (Facebook, Twitter etc.), Internet, W@P, IM (Instant Messaging)

GPRS card phone's, PDA's. Data cable, Infrared or blue tooth if to connect the PC or the laptop.

HSPA (High-Speed Packet Access) is a packet-based mobile telephony protocol used in 3G/3.5G UMTS radio networks to increase data capacity and speed up transfer rates. HSPA, which evolved from the WCDMA standard, provides download speeds at least five times faster than earlier versions, allowing users of HSPA networks a broader selection of video and music downloads. HSPA data transfer speeds can go up to 1 Mbps.

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