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Internet Mobile Browsing

By Aarti Chopra

With the increasing number of users there are many telecommunication players competing against each other too. Every day a company comes up with new Internet usage plan for prospects. India is the emerging forerunner in using mobile phones as a tool to access internet. The number of people accessing Internet in India through their cell phones have doubled in the past one year. Thus, making India home to the fourth largest population; browsing the World Wide Web through their mobile handsets.

As there are many mobile phone plans in the market, consumers are getting confused and are not able to decide which tariff to sign up to. We often go for reviews, consult our friends before getting a plan and opting a mobile phone that supports internet facilities. Many times we choose inappropriate plan. With calls and texts facilities on your mobile phone, you can choose either to pay for internet and email access on usage basis or pay for a monthly bundle. Most mobile phone operators charge per megabyte (MB) of data, though some also charge by the day.

O2 estimated that 1MB of data is equivalent to eight normal web pages or 200 emails without attachments. This might sound quite a lot, but simply downloading a few emails with typical Office attachments can quickly use up your allowance. A much better solution for heavy internet users is to sign up for a package, either as part of your deal or by adding a separate bolt-on.

The first internet-capable mobile phone handsets used WAP (Wireless Application Protocol), which was extremely slow and could only read a small number of specially written web pages. Fortunately, things have improved. Modern mobile phone handsets, such as the Apple iPhone and the Nokia N97 mini, are great for browsing the internet. Not only do they have large displays, they can connect to the internet at speeds that were previously unimaginable.

As well as making it easier to view web pages, these faster connection speeds make it possible to download music and games straight to the mobile phone handset, and upload photos straight to online sites such as Flickr. Mobile phones can now also be used to send and receive emails (see Email from your mobile phone), and can synchronies with your computer, allowing you to share your contacts, calendars and ‘to do’ lists.

Many service providers have higher data costs. Reliance Communication has come up with plans having lower rentals. If you are using a CDMA phone you are sure to save on your internet charges. Many devices are Facebook and Orkut supportive. If you are looking for a CDMA handset with internet browsing support on mobile you can go for Reliance Communication.

To figure out the usage of the mobile internet you can compare between different plans and go for the well suited one. To conclude with get a plan that suits your requirement as well as your pocket and experience the hassle free internet.

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Chopra, Aarti "Internet Mobile Browsing." Internet Mobile Browsing. 10 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 6 Dec 2015 <http://uberarticles.com/computers-and-technology/mobile/internet-mobile-browsing/>.

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Chopra, A (2010, July 10). Internet Mobile Browsing. Retrieved December 6, 2015, from http://uberarticles.com/computers-and-technology/mobile/internet-mobile-browsing/

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Chopra, Aarti "Internet Mobile Browsing" uberarticles.com. http://uberarticles.com/computers-and-technology/mobile/internet-mobile-browsing/


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