The GPRS service on your iPhone is a mobile data connection protocol, similar to EDGE, 4G or 3G. The GPRS service may be offered as a connection option by your cellular provider. Though the iPhone prioritizes a wireless connection over a GPRS connection, you can still incur unwanted data charges when the device connects to a GPRS network, particularly while roaming. You can disable GPRS, as well as the other mobile data connections, in the iPhone device settings menu.

Step 1

Tap the “Settings” icon on the home screen to open the Settings menu.

Step 2

Tap the “Cellular” tab to open the Cellular Settings menu.

Step 3

Slide the “Cellular Data” toggle to the “Off” position. The the GPRS mobile data connection, as well as EDGE, 4G and 3G, is now disabled.

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Step 4

Tap “Settings” to return to the Settings menu, and then tap “Wi-Fi” to open the Wi-Fi Settings menu.

Step 5

Slide the “Wi-Fi” toggle to the “On” position, and then connect to your wireless network. If your Wi-Fi service is on and your configured wireless network is available, your device automatically connects to your preferred network.