You don't need the SP code. An APN is the only thing you need to connect to HSPA. The remainder of the verification is done automatically (via the SIM card itself)nicko wrote:Using the Optus interface for the E220, under Tools/Options/Profile Management, I can see where to put the APN, but nowhere for the SP code.
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if this relates to your other question about the YAGI antennas then it's not a suitable choice, the YAGI is for 900Mhz reception, the E220 doesn't support the required 3G frequency, it's an older 2100Mhz only modelsphaydon wrote:Do these modems work on Mac OS X Tiger? Thanks