I've been using T-Mobile prepaid for almost a year now. A couple of days ago I bought an unocked and unbranded 9300 Blackberry curve from CTINYC. I get the feeling that T-Mobile is trying to block my Operamini connection every morning. I say this because my Blackberry Browser and Web To Go browser from T-Mobile always works. I get Operamini 4.4 to work by reinstalling it every morning. Why does the operamini browser get cut off every morning, only to start working again after a reinstallation till the following morning? I'm on the 1500 minute/text $30 plan, 30MB data plan per month. I only surf the web on wifi with my 9300 -though 3g does work with T-Mobile. It is just wierd that operamini works all day after I reinstall it in the morning. Is T-Mobile doing something to block it, but then can't prevent me from reinstalling it via wifi? On the T-Mobile search engine, it said operamini does not exist for T-Mobile.
Is there a workaround for this?
My 9300 Blackberry from CTINYC states it is unlocked and unbranded, but it had the web To Go browser loaded on it. Moreover, the Blackberry browser works and I'm not paying the extra $10 a month? Everything works perfectly, including Google Sync, Google Voice (for free), text, voice and internet. I just wish I had a workaround for operamini so I wouldn't need to reinstall it every morning to get it to work. I have no interest in the push email notification service and have not registered my blackberry.
My site: PrepaidPhoneNews.com My other sites: wapreview.com, boostapps.com
The connection test does not work for me. I have to reinstall Operamini and then I'm fine till the next day. T-Mobile is a low life service in that regard. At least I'm not paying the extra $10 rip off fee for BIS.
I have 2 prepaid plans, one with Virgin Mobile and the other with T-Mobile prepaid. The plan I have with T-Mobile is for $30 1500 min/texts 30MB data. I consider T-Mobile to be absolutely garbage. I get a fairly decent signal and reception is fine when I make a call. I use Virgin Mobile for 3G Data access. I only use data from T-Mobile when I'm at home in bed for Wifi. I once got a message when I tried to access T-Mobile 3G during peak hours (around 6pm) that the system was clogged and that I should try again later. I would never depend on T-Mobile for data. The price is right because the service is cheap. Even virgin mobile does not try to block my operamini connection. Not that I think Virgin Mobile is great, but for $35 I get unlimited data/text and 300 minutes talk time.