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WAP
 

Thuraya offers the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) feature in its mobile satellite phone. For more information on upgrading your handsets, please contact your service providers.

WAP

WAP is an open global standard for communication between a mobile handset and Internet or other computer application. WAP-based technology enables the design of advanced, interactive and real-time mobile services, such as mobile banking or Internet based news services, which can be used in digital mobile phones or other mobile devices.

The WAP specification enables solutions from various equipment suppliers to work consistently for end-users on the digital networks. WAP has very similar capabilities to the web, but it adds in one very important feature: optimization for low-bandwidth, low-memory, and low-display capability environments. These types of environments include wireless phones, pagers, PDAs, and virtually any other communications device.

More about WAP
• WAP allows Internet content to be placed into a basic format accessible through devices such as mobile phones.
• Clients can use a WAP enabled phone to view your WAP web site from wherever they happen to be.
• Images can be converted from your existing site into WBMP format so that your quality image remains.
• The Business appeal lies in the fact that transactions can be made anywhere at any time, allowing immediate processes to take with ease.

The software used with WAP is as secure as current Internet systems.



   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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