Re: Issue with Indian Datacard

Attached is selective /etc/ files which I assumed might need for your concern.

Generally we used to dial *99#
and apn=bsnlnet
this is indian BSNL provider's default thing.
One point which I would like to highlight we don't have username and password.
With Regards,
Manish S Runwal

Attachment: selective etc
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