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ok check it out. I live in a basement apt, theres like no service down there but I have a router and my iphone is always connected to it when im home but for some reason i can never use safari or aim or any other online app. Says I am not connected to network, but i check the settings and im connected to wifi.

Questions is, do I need phone service to connect to web? If so, whats the point of wifi, it never works.
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