BlackBerry Smartphones put wifi in place.

I got a torch 9800 (new), and I'll have hard set up any Wi Fi connection.

I'm a noob to Blackberry, and as I'm used to Nokia phones I'm starting to feel like a Board.

My problem is when I go into the networks and connections I find only Mobile network and Bluetooth and no WI FI, so I am unable to access my WiFi with my phone at home, or anywhere else for that matter.

However, when I go into the device and status information, it shows WiFi as being power off.

If someone has encountered this problem, and if so how to solve?

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Are you sure this device is ' new? It is possible that there was a COMPUTER policy on restricting access wifi. Follow instructions on the link below to reset the unit to factory settings.

http://www.BlackBerry.com/BTSC/KB18998

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