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what homepage do you use as your wap homepage?

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by brian s., Sep 20, 2003.

  1. brian s.

    brian s. Guest

    i set my phone up to use wap instead of verizons browser. I am paying
    airtime minutes only. i been using wild rices's wap homepage but getting
    alot of time outs anyone out there using anything better?

    brian s.
     



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  2. Hopper

    Hopper Guest

    "brian s." <deadhead73@comcast.net> wrote in message
    news:mlidnSnUL5U8ufCiXTWJlg@comcast.com...
    > i set my phone up to use wap instead of verizons browser. I am paying
    > airtime minutes only. i been using wild rices's wap homepage but getting
    > alot of time outs anyone out there using anything better?
    >
    > brian s.
    >
    >
    >


    I got fed up with that too. Yes, it's a free service. And I know that free
    is not free for the provider. I respect the cost that goes into such a
    thing. Still, I didn't like it much either.

    I don't know what is decent. I put some stuff together that I use myself,
    and apparently some other people too, but as far as what anyone else finds
    useful, I don't know.

    My homepage is: http://www.winksite.com/mma/wap

    It has links for:
    The BBC
    ESPN
    Financial Times
    Globe and Mail
    Go2Online
    Google
    Howard Forums
    MapQuest
    MSN
    Seattle Post-Intelligencer
    SuperPages
    UPS (which doesn't seem to work, despite following their instructions
    exactly)
    Usenet Replayer (usenet access)
    Wall Street Journal

    I'd like to find a nice US national or super-regional paper, but I've not
    found anything. About all I do is check the Usnet Replayer from time to time
    when I'm really bored, and read the International and US stories on the
    Globe and Mail.

    If you can think of any sites to add, please send a note. Most of the links
    I found were for games and crap like that which didn't work on my phone's
    browswer anyway. I'd rather read something current than futz with games.

    Hopper
     
  3. brian s.

    brian s. Guest

    thanks, i found that mapquest gives me more info and not time outs like
    super pages. i use it when i am out and about and need a restaurant or store
    info.... i like using it if it were reliable rather than th 1.49 for 411



    brian s.

    "Hopper" <crapfromusenet@meetmyattorney.com> wrote in message
    news:9I9bb.531027$Ho3.89235@sccrnsc03...
    >
    > "brian s." <deadhead73@comcast.net> wrote in message
    > news:mlidnSnUL5U8ufCiXTWJlg@comcast.com...
    > > i set my phone up to use wap instead of verizons browser. I am paying
    > > airtime minutes only. i been using wild rices's wap homepage but getting
    > > alot of time outs anyone out there using anything better?
    > >
    > > brian s.
    > >
    > >
    > >

    >
    > I got fed up with that too. Yes, it's a free service. And I know that free
    > is not free for the provider. I respect the cost that goes into such a
    > thing. Still, I didn't like it much either.
    >
    > I don't know what is decent. I put some stuff together that I use myself,
    > and apparently some other people too, but as far as what anyone else finds
    > useful, I don't know.
    >
    > My homepage is: http://www.winksite.com/mma/wap
    >
    > It has links for:
    > The BBC
    > ESPN
    > Financial Times
    > Globe and Mail
    > Go2Online
    > Google
    > Howard Forums
    > MapQuest
    > MSN
    > Seattle Post-Intelligencer
    > SuperPages
    > UPS (which doesn't seem to work, despite following their instructions
    > exactly)
    > Usenet Replayer (usenet access)
    > Wall Street Journal
    >
    > I'd like to find a nice US national or super-regional paper, but I've not
    > found anything. About all I do is check the Usnet Replayer from time to

    time
    > when I'm really bored, and read the International and US stories on the
    > Globe and Mail.
    >
    > If you can think of any sites to add, please send a note. Most of the

    links
    > I found were for games and crap like that which didn't work on my phone's
    > browswer anyway. I'd rather read something current than futz with games.
    >
    > Hopper
    >
    >
     

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