Nt1310 Unit 3 Assignment 1 Term Paper

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1. How do I connect to the Internet using my phone? What button/icon do I need to press? What settings do I need to configure and how do I do it? Go to the Menu and select Notifications, or pull down the Notifications bar from the top of the screen. Push the "Data Services is disabled" notification to "Ongoing." Select "OK" on the confirmation prompt popup. Data services will then be enabled. 2. How do I know if my phone is connected to the Internet? What indicators will I see? On the upper left corner of the screen, there is an icon with two arrows (one pointing up and one pointing down). If the icon is simply a black box with the two arrows then data services are on. If it is a black box with two arrows and a "No" symbol over it (circle…show more content…
If you have successfully connected to a Wi-Fi hotspot, your phone will not use Globe's network to access the Internet. If you have not successfully connected to the Wi-Fi hotspot, you will be reverted back to using the Mobile Network. In some cases, you will need to open the browser and accept terms and conditions of the free Wi-Fi network before you can gain access. Until then, your phone will be using the Globe network for web-based applications. 4. What might cause Internet-related high browsing charges when using my phone? For postpaid lines, you will only have excessive charges if you use more data than the amount provisioned by your plan or promo, and are reverted back to your default charging scheme. For instance, if you are subscribed to a postpaid PowerSurf plan and you go over your MB total, you will be reverted back to default charging (P5 per 15 mins or P0.15 per kb depending on your personal settings). Globe notifies subscribers when they have gone over their limit, but at present, these notifications are not real-time. It is recommended that subscribers carefully monitor their data usage with apps like the Data Counter Widget or 3G Watchdog that monitor and prevent a subscriber from exceeding their limit. You might easily exceed your data plan limit if you do the

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