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    HTTP Error: 403 Forbidden --> what does this mean?

    i can't get the wireless interent working on my phone.

    i get this message

    "HTTP Error: 403 Forbidden"

    whenever i try to use the wireless web on my phone (lg 125)...what does it mean?
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    Call Telus and get them to fix it. Your account is pointing to the wrong gateway for your browser.
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    call 611. The system still thinks you're still using your old phone. (Wap Browser speaking). They'll update it from their end and that's it!

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    i call 611 from my cell, right? not from my home phone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by munsifn
    i call 611 from my cell, right? not from my home phone?
    yes... dial either 611 or *611 it doesn't really matter but yes...from your cellphone.

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    hmmm...i called *611 and got an automated system...so it asked me waht i was calling about and i said "wireless web"

    then the automated voice lady says " Wireless web, Im sorry this feature is not available to Pay and Talk clients"

    ...ive been on P&T since OCT 2001...i've never had problems with the wap on my phone..i remember calling a 1800 or 1888 number before, a long time ago to get something fixed...does anyone know that number? maybe that will work

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    Quote Originally Posted by munsifn
    hmmm...i called *611 and got an automated system...so it asked me waht i was calling about and i said "wireless web"

    then the automated voice lady says " Wireless web, Im sorry this feature is not available to Pay and Talk clients"

    ...ive been on P&T since OCT 2001...i've never had problems with the wap on my phone..i remember calling a 1800 or 1888 number before, a long time ago to get something fixed...does anyone know that number? maybe that will work
    As soon as you've pressed 1 or 2 for english and french and the automated female voice starts talking, press "0" to get right to a live person.

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    Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry7130e/4.1.0 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/126 UP.Browser/5.0.3.3)

    I suggest calling from your Landline. They might need you to reset some setting on your cell.

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    whats the number for the landline call?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beckham23
    Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry7130e/4.1.0 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/126 UP.Browser/5.0.3.3)

    I suggest calling from your Landline. They might need you to reset some setting on your cell.
    You're right... how many times have I called and said damn, now I've got to get off my cellphone 'cause I'm using it right now, Can you please call me at this number????

    Calling from your landline is 1-866-558-2273.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QPhone
    You're right... how many times have I called and said damn, now I've got to get off my cellphone 'cause I'm using it right now, Can you please call me at this number????

    Calling from your landline is 1-866-558-2273.
    It's easier to remember 611. Whenever I call, I make sure I do it from the office so I have a landline available. They usually ask for my number and then call me on the landline - at which point I can hang up the cell phone.
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    http://www.telusmobility.com/about/c...lling_us.shtml

    calling us

    You can reach us by calling one of the local numbers listed below or by dialing *611 right from your TELUS Mobility phone.

    1-866-558-2273
    toll - free

    604-291-2355
    Vancouver

    403 387-5825
    Calgary

    780 732-2901
    Edmonton

    204-999-2532
    Winnipeg

    613-282-2532
    Ottawa

    418-802-2532
    Quebec City

    514-830-2532
    Montreal

    1(800)463-8988
    Eastern Quebec (Former QuébecTel Territory)

    416-279-2532
    Toronto

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