Dual SIM Nokia C2 – No More Fuss in Configuring GPRS Internet and MMS Settings on China Phones
Dual SIM China Mobile Phones
Chances are very slim that you will buy one of those beautiful China phones in the market and you are able to configure GPRS Internet and MMS settings. GPRS Internet and MMS settings handily works in china mobile phones with failure rates as high as 75%. China mobile phones are very attractive to young people because of their elegance appearances, the ability to run dual SIM cards, the low prices and the ‘lie’ that they have features to support GPRS Internet and MMS capability.
Configuring GPRS Internet and MMS Settings on China Phones
Dealers in china phones knows very well that the phones have no capability for GPRS Internet and MMS but will keep on selling the phones with the promise that the phones have the ability to run GPRS internet and MMS just because they want to make ‘unfair’ profits. Once the consumers have paid for the china phones, the trouble starts when .they does not get what was promised. The consumers, usually young gals and guys, are tossed from right, left, centre, backward, forward and finally they realize they have to learn to live without GPRS internet and MMS. GPRS internet and MMS are crucial features for a young person’s phone as the features are highly useful for textings love messages accompanied by ‘live’ photos among lovers and youth.
No Support Websites for China Phones
One would expect that clone phones may be ‘exact copies’ of the original phones, made legally, and or, illegally from the original documentation using reverse engineering and usually cheaper than the original phones. This may not be the case with most of the China phones perhaps because what you input is directly proportional to the output. China phones are very frustrating especially because the manufacturers of China phones handily provide any support websites and when they do its usually in scarce details and in a language you can’t understand.
China Is Taking Entire Market with Dual SIM Phones
But you may call China phones anything you may want but the truth is that China is about to take the entire market with their dual SIM phones. They have been doing this for the past few years whilst favorite mobile phone manufacturers like Nokia and Samsung have been watching and doing nothing about it. To people living in first world, it is indeed very difficult to understand why one would be interested in a phone with two SIM cards whilst one SIM card is adequate as call can be made from one network carrier to another. This may not be the case in the entire planet. There are valid reasons why people need dual SIM card phones, namely:
1. First mobile phone carrier will have a strong network signal in one region but a poor network signal in another region whilst the second mobile phone carrier has a strong network signal in that region.
2. Marked discrepancies in pricing rates for different services across different mobile phone carriers - one mobile phone carrier maybe very good in mobile phone money transfer whilst the other mobile phone carrier is very cheap in making calls across all networks.
3. Reliability – when this mobile phone carrier is down the other one is up and running, and vice versa.
4. Ability for phone users to assume different identities at any time for whatever reasons.
GPRS Internet to Browse Facebook by Mobile Phone
It is because of these factors that has made dual SIM card phones very popular with people, especially in Asia and Africa. But when a phone can not last long enough before sleeping dead like a dodo, or when you can’t get supportive website in a language you can understand, or when young people can not send s*xy texting accompanied by real images of themselves through MMS, or when young people can not configure GPRS internet on their phones to reach Facebook, then there is bound to be a question whether these china phones young people are buying in millions are the right phones for them.
Dual SIM Nokia C2
And now, after years of soul searching, Nokia has come up with Dual SIM Nokia C2 which means there will be no more fuss in configuring GPRS Internet and MMS Settings on China Phones. With Nokia, the gimmicks of tossing people from right, left, centre, backward and forward with unworkable configuration of GPRS Internet and MMS Settings on dual SIM Phones will be no more, partly because Nokia has a name that they have to protect at any cost, and partly because Nokia has a professionally run websites that are dedicated in support of Nokia’s products in languages that are understandable by people in different regions. One good plus for Nokia phones is virtually all mobile phone service providers/carriers have ready GPRS Internet and MMS configuration settings for Nokia phones ready to send to your phone for you to save without you having to lift a finger.
Hot-Swappable SIM Card in Dual SIM Nokia C2
The new Nokia C2 phone will keep the two SIM cards active at the same time. This in essence means that calls and SMS texts can come to either of SIM number as long as the phone is on. In Nokia C2, one SIM card is under the battery and is the primary SIM. The other SIM is the secondary which is ‘hot-swappable’ – meaning that secondary SIM card can be removed and inserted when the phone is on. This is a feature which is very attractive for those who have multiple SIM cards – Never worry yourself wondering why one person should be having five or six SIM cards at the same time because if people are having them they must have reasons. Nokia C2 phone is indeed a phone that, like China dual SIM phones, will allow you to answer one call while you keep the other call on hold. Nokia is professionally putting it that you can have one SIM card for work and the other SIM card for home account or share the phone with your besty sweetheart. No, the crude way of putting it is that you can use SIM card number one to make calls at times when mobile network A is charging the lowest rates per call and you use card number two to make calls at times when mobile network B is charging the lowest rates. People need to teach those mobile network carriers a lesson so that they can bring calling rates and charges down.
Nokia C2 as GPRS Modem to Connect Your Laptop to Internet
Nokia C2 comes with FM radio and music player. The storage space is massive in this Nokia C2 plus the phone has the ability to support micro-SD cards of up to 32GB which is a large storage space as hard disks of yesterday computers. Nokia C2 has a battery standby time of a half a month, a VGA camera, GPRS and Bluetooth meaning you can use it as a GPRS modem to connect your laptop computer to the internet. Nokia C2 is priced at a price that is very competitive to China phones. At about $60 per Nokia C2 phone, that price is a real bargain to a phone of such features. Sooner, you should be able to buy Nokia C2 from Amazon stores and any other stores near your area.
Nokia C2 Configuration for WAP, GPRS Internet, and MMS Settings
Once you have bought your Nokia C2, call each of your two mobile phone carriers to send you Configuration for WAP, GPRS Internet, and MMS Settings. This should take you one minute as virtually all mobile phone service providers/carriers have ready GPRS Internet and MMS configuration settings for Nokia phones ready to send to your phone for you to save without you having to lift a finger.
Configuring Manually GPRS Internet and MMS Settings
If you may want to do manual settings for the following:
1. GPRS Setting for the Dual SIM Nokia C2 Cell Phone
2. Configuring WAP / GPRS / Internet Services for Dual SIM Nokia C2 mobile Phone
3. Creating MMS Data Account and Configuring MMS Setting for Dual SIM Nokia C2 Phone
Go and read the article: Buying China Phones: Configuring GPRS Internet and MMS Settings which has fullest details.
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