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To add a ringtone, wallpaper or cellular add-on website, please see: Computers/Mobile_Computing/Wireless_Data/Cellular_Add-ons/

For links relating to third generation networks, not add-ons like ringtones. Sites generally not listed in this category: * Ringtone and Wallpaper websites that focus on the trading or providing of ringtones, wallpapers and other add-ons. Please see: Computers/Mobile_Computing/Wireless_Data/Cellular_Add-ons/ * Online shopping: Sites that exist primarily to sell goods and services directly to the consumer should be submitted to the Shopping/Consumer_Electronics/Communications/Wireless/Cellular_Phones/Accessories/Software/ category. See the Shopping category description for more detail. * Sites that focus on providing information to consumers are listed under Home/Consumer_Information/Electronics/Communications/Mobile/. See the Consumer Information FAQ for more information. This category focuses on 3G networks and network technology.

This category focuses on cellular add-ons for phones and related devices.

Sites generally not listed in this category:

This category focuses on cellular add-ons for phones and related devices such as freeware, ringtones, wallpaper, free games or software.

Wireless Enterprise solutions, products and systems relating to wireless office, CRM, SFA and other office automation.
Please do not submit links in here which are not relevant to GPRS. There are other categories in this section which are more likely to suit.
Links relating to GPRS networks and services.
Please only submit links to web sites which are either entirely in English or which have a substantial English section, and which are easily viewable in an ordinary web browser.

you may submit i-appli and java mobile information sites, but not i-appli sites themselves as they will not be viewable on ordinary web browsers.

This category contains links to English-language web sites with content pertaining to NTT DoCoMo's I-Mode wireless Internet access standard. I-Mode telephones allow quick and easy Internet access and messaging with one-hand functionality using compact html, a simplified markup language. Currently, the I-Mode service is only available in Japan, although there is both Japanese and English content. NTT DoCoMo is expanding the I-Mode standard aggressively through substantial investments with major US and European wireless carriers. Within the i-mode brand is technology called i-appli. i-appli is a Java application program which works in a Java environment specifically developed for NTTDoCoMo's i-mode phone. It is not a JAVA applet that works on c-HTML environment.
Category for MMS-related (short message) resources in the area of wireless terminals, enterprise and carrier systems. Includes topics in messaging, routing, gateways and connectiviness.
Please only submit sites here which are one of the following types: -News site in whole or part relating WAP. -A forum/association dealing with WAP as part of it''s activities. -A non-commercial WAP based resource e.g. A developer portal or network.
Please only submit sites here which are one of the following types: -News site in whole or part relating mobile Internet. -A forum/association dealing with WAP as part of its activities. -A WAP based resource e.g. A developer portal or network. - Any other site which has resources for users which is given freely and without prejudice.
SMS services and service providers should be submitted to Business/Industries/Telecommunications/Wireless/Service_Providers/Phone/Short_Message_Service/. Ringtone services should be submitted to Business/Industries/Telecommunications/Wireless/Equipment/Phones/Ringtones
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Please, submit only sites providing:

- lists of WAP devices.

- comparison charts.

Don''t submit sites regarding commercial services of shops selling WAP phones.

Specific devices descriptions or sites regarding an only device should be placed at Phones or PDAs section.

WAP stands for Wireless Application Protocol. It allows access to the Internet for users of wireless devices such as mobile phones, pagers, and PDAs (personal digital assistants).
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