1. traclimb's Avatar
    Hi guys who are much more smarter than me.. I'm just wondering how to completely connect to the internet with nothing but wi-fi networts and never have my phone connect to my providers data connection. I live in Mexico and it costs a bunch to have an internet plan and I am a poor mexican who still needs access internet access on my cell. Can anyone help me with any recommended programs that help me automatically connect to my work and home wifi connections? I would need step by step instrunctions. Greatly appreciated

    11-19-2009 11:46 PM
  2. Snowman81's Avatar
    Use MoDaCo's NoData. Its freeware, you can get it here;

    12-29-2009 12:17 PM
  3. ugg botts's Avatar
    I know this post had been a year old, but I am hoping I could bring this thread back.. For people who wanted to connect to the internet, but do not want to have a mobile data plan, you can download or install Opera Mini mod for your mobile.. You can just GOogle it and you will find different results for the settings, depending on the country that you live in.. You can browse the internet without any Data Plan, just make sure that your settings are correct.
    06-14-2010 05:52 AM
  4. Blogpostwriter's Avatar
    Regarding the opera mini, its very useful but i don't think experia would accept that application. However try to search google if you can install it on your mobile.

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    10-22-2010 11:21 AM
  5. sonorx's Avatar
    The fist thing you need to do is to disconnect your carrier data connection. To do this you need to go to SETTINGS-on wireless networks you select MORE - then WIRELESS NETWORKS - MOBILE NETWORKS - then you uncheck MOBILE DATA TRAFFIC. Then you can download the casino sofware reading this article.
    This way you will disable mobile data connection.
    After that, as somebody posted above, just download OPERA and google to get the right config to enable the new connection.
    I hope it helps
    02-27-2014 10:25 AM
  6. NoNoNoYes's Avatar
    I think he figured it out in those 5 years...
    02-27-2014 10:33 AM