My GoDaddy web page at: http://www.dolittleproject.com can no longer be accessed via Verizon 3G wireless broadband. It has worked in the past, but is now dead.
I contacted GoDaddy. They suggested I try using a remote open proxy. That worked: I could see my web page. (I used http://anonymouse.org/cgi-bin/anon-www.cgi/http://www.dolittleproject.com ) I also tried using Google's DNS servers, instead of Verizon's. That doesn't work. it seems that Verizon is somehow blocking or otherwise interfering with access to my site, which -- by the way -- contains no salacious or otherwise offensive material.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
Were you ever able to find a solution to this? I am experiencing the exact same problem with our website - www.bravegirlsclub.com - verizon wireless broadband (3G) users are not able to access our site at all. They get a 504 error/server timeout.
I pulled up your site with my 3G connection so I was wondering if you found a solution... although I talked to Verizon's advanced tech support twice and once they were able to replicate my problem and once they weren't, so I don't know if it is across the board for all Verizon wireless broadband users or just clusters/random individuals. I may just be one of the lucky ones that can pull your site up with a Verizon 3G connection...
I was also able to access our site via a remote open proxy. (I tried http://anonymouse.org/cgi-bin/anon-www.cgi/http://bravegirlsclub.com/ and https://www.megaproxy.com/go/_mp_framed?www.bravegirlsclub.com). Our site is not hosted with GoDaddy if that makes a difference... I have tried just about everything I can think of to no avail.