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This Is My First Video On How To Connect Your PS3 To The Internet Wireless-Ly So Please Any Rude Comments I Will Remove Them!


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My AT&T DSL Internet Sucks


The quality and service of AT&T is unbelievably terrible. I can’t believe they drove me far enough to post a video of how bad their service really is. I don’t know if anyone else provides better service, but I do know that it can’t be worse than AT&T. Imagine losing Internet connection every 2 minutes and then getting a $50 bill in the mail every month. Why don’t I just bend over and get it over with.


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This tutorial shows how to configure or set up wap or gprs internet on iPhone clones — like the i68, mini i68, i9, sciphone, myphone, hiphone — for AT&T service. GPRS Not Subscribed: cellphonemiscellanea.blogspot.com Why You Should NOT Buy a Fake iPhone: cellphonemiscellanea.blogspot.com WAP Settings for Various Carriers / Countries: cellphonemiscellanea.blogspot.com MMS for AT&T: www.youtube.com Internet for T-Mobile: www.youtube.com MMS for T-Mobile: www.youtube.com My Blog: cellphonemiscellanea.blogspot.com Keywords iPhone clones, sciphone, sci phone, hiphone, hi phone, myphone, miphone, cect, i68, i68+, mini i68, i9, i9+, mms, picture messaging, video messaging, internet, wap, configure, configuration, tutorial, setup, set up, T-Mobile, tmobile, at&t, att, multimedia


This is a video explaining how to get free internet on your cell phone. This is accomplished by using a WAP Proxy which I am providing at no cost to you. Check out my website for more information. dustincimino.com Email: dustin@hastyhost.com *Disclaimer* This is run off my home internet connection and I can not guarantee its uptime. I have taken measures to limit downtime and slowness. If you experience any problems please let me know. Do not ask help via comments.


Visit: www.mylittlehomestead.com How we boosted our signal for our Wireless Internet Antenna. We use a Verizon USB720, connected to a Wilson repeater, connected to an outdoor Wilson antenna approximately 50 feet away. The homemade reflector points towards to the nearest cell phone tower. We will occasionally get 1 bar but with this system, we consistently get 4 out of 5 bars of internet service. We are told by our internet provider that we can cancel our service anytime as we are outside the service area. But with this contraption we are able to get better service then we did with satellite. This is similar to using a pop can to increase your cell phone reception. Thanks for watching

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