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July 5, 2012

Step by Step Guide for Aircel GPRS settings on PC

Filed under: GPRS settings,how to,Internet,Useful Links,web-technology — Himanshubhai Mistry @ 12:27 pm

Step by Step Guide for Aircel GPRS settings on PC

I recently tried AIRCEL GPRS on my PC.

didn’t get any information from the Customer Care. But Google is the best friend ….

I got extensive information form below website:

 http://guideocom.blogspot.in/2011/08/how-to-connect-aircel-gprs-to-pc.html

followed the steps given in it.

How to connect Aircel GPRS to PC (Windows 7) via Bluetooth modem or mobile phone

Get connection:

Step 01: Send a request through an SMS (Send <GPRS>to 121) or call the customer care (121).

Get the settings:

Step 02: After the request they will send u the settings within 24 hours.

Activation:

Step 03: Now e-recharge with Rs 14(three days) or Rs: 98(30 days) .If you have balance, you can activate this service by sending SMS<P14> or <P98> to 57788 .This is a toll free number.

Connecting to Pc :

Step 04: Switch on Bluetooth in your phone and PC.

Step 05: In PC select Phone and Modem in Control Panel and select modems tab.

Step 06: Select Standard Modem over Bluetooth link and click Properties.

Step 07: In Generals tab click Change Settings

Step 08: Click Diagnostics tab and then Query Modem to check whether the modem is working properly.

Step 09: In Advanced tab type the following as Extra initialization command:
If yours is prepaid: AT+CGDCONT=1,”IP”,”aircelgprs.pr”
above did’t work so I changed
from
“aircelgprs.pr”  to “aircelgprs”
For post paid: AT+CGDCONT=1,”IP”,”aircelgprs.po”
And then press OK.

Step 10: Open Network and Sharing Center
Click Set up a new connection or network

Step 11: Select Set up a dial up connection and then press Next.

Step 12: Select Standard Modem over Bluetooth link

Step 13: If Aircel GPRS is the default profile type *99# in the Dial-up phone number box  and then press Connect.
If it doesn’t work try the following one after the other:

*99***1#

*99***2#

*99***3#

*99***4# and so on

1,2,3,4 is nothing but the order of Aircel
GPRS profile in your phone’s GPRS account.

 

 

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