The Club of Mozambique WAP Version was created to assist our mobile clients and visitor, offering instant access to our daily news and monthly events whenever, wherever you are.
Users can visit our website without the need of a computer or fixed place, you can enjoy our information on your cellphone or PDA at work, home, on a traffic jam, at a restaurant, even on the toilet.
With this inovation, only available to cellphone's with WAP technology, the Club of Mozambique intends to facilitate the life of it's users.
To this date, there are only two sections available (News and Events). More section will be available in due time. You can send your comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
ACCESSING THE WEBSITE'S WAP VERSION
1. First you must verify if your cellphone supports the WAP technology. If you don't know how, just visit the maker's website. (ex: for nokia go to www.nokia.com).
2. Check if your cellphone and network have mobile internet access. For that you must contact you network operator to get the necessary configuration. (VODACOM - www.vm.co.mz; MCEL - www.mcel.co.mz)
3. Open your Mobile Browser (with WAP support) on your cellphone and enter the address www.clubofmozambique.com.
MORE ABOUT WAP
1. Wireless Application Protocol (commonly referred to as WAP) is an open international standard for application layer network communications in a wireless communication environment. Its main use is to enable access to the Mobile Web from a mobile phone or PDA.
2. The original WAP was a simple platform for access to web-like WML services and e-mail using mobile phones in Europe and the SE Asian regions and continues today with a considerable user base. The later versions of WAP were primarily for the United States region and was designed for a different requirement - to enable full web XHTML access using mobile devices with a higher specification and cost, and with a higher degree of software complexity.
3. The WAP standard describes a protocol suite that allows the interoperability of WAP equipment and software with many different network technologies. The rationale for this was to build a single platform for competing network technologies such as GSM and IS-95 (also known as CDMA) networks.