on 12-10-2010 17:31
on 18-10-2010 10:40
it doesnt happen at all when im using my home wifi connection only when im on o2 network
tho i also doesnt happen when im browsing on skyfire only on the preinstalled 02/desire browser
on 29-10-2010 23:18
Its quite annoying, sometimes taking quite a few refreshes to actually get to the page you wanted. And thats if it works at all.
I'm on Pay and go with o2, when the active settings arrived they were useless, I had to go to a gprs setting website to put them in manually.
O2 were very unhelpful when I called about the problem, you'd think they would have a technical team that were...technical? :womanindifferent:
plus I'm sure the 3G is quite slow on O2, with Vodafone I used to be able to stream live video from the bbc mobile page, on o2 it just doesn't work.
on 31-10-2010 11:36
If they don't address this pdq I'm off to another network (and I have tested the same site on my 02 desire and a friend's vodafone desire - the o2 one failed constantly wheras his was fine).
on 31-10-2010 18:06
"Im currently experiencing the same problem. I have HTC desire on contract but I have found the reason for this error
The "host" is not the site you are visiting but rather the new traffic / marketing server that o2 are using. Basically, everything you do on the mobile web is now being monitored and information is being collected by a company called Bango.
The guise is that it's just a content verification server but if you look up the company you'll see they collect your information for marketing purposes.
I was thoroughly **** off about it and called o2. They confirmed this and I've asked them to stop all my data being collected. The process takes 28 days. I'm sure there must be some law against this... look it up "
on 20-12-2010 12:49
Each time I ring CS, I get a different answer:
"O2 don't monitor your mobile web usage"
Never heard of 'bango'
Defective SIM card
Your phone is broken
I like the last one, considering I get the same problem on my HTC Desire, HTC Hero and Sony P1i (and have advised them of this).
Maybe I asking the wrong questions, can anyone give some pointers of what to say?
on 20-12-2010 14:52
on 01-01-2011 19:22
I recently got a Nokia n8 and have started getting this error A LOT, hence making this search. I've had a look around the web and similar threads on this site and wondered if anyone could answer the following:
1. Was Chris@02s assertion that these errors are due to something o2s end and nothing to do with bango incorrect? What evidence is there either way?
2. Some comments have stated this issue can be resolved by opting out of your traffic going through bango's servers. Has anyone done this?
3. I am greatly concerned by the fact I get these issues most using Facebook. If they are monitoring the content then that is not just an.invasion of my privacy but an invasion of the privacy of everyone I'm friends with on Facebook!