What Is a Web Cell Phone?

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Web cell phones are able to connect to the Internet similarly to computers, which enables users to check their e-mail, browse the Web and download ring tones on the go. Understand what a Web cell phone is with information from a wireless specialist in this free video on cell phones.

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Hi, I'm Ben with The Cell Phone Broker in San Jose, California, and today I'm going to kind of show you how to use wireless web on your cell phone. Wireless web is pretty much wireless Internet. Let's say, when you're at home, and you have your home computer, your desk top computer, your lap top computer, you connect to the Internet. You go on MySpace, Face Book, whatever you do with your computer. Check your email. Basically, cell phones now will give you the ability to do that on the go. All cell phone networks provide you with that service, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, all of 'em add it. So this is a Samsung phone, and what we're going to do is access the wireless web. So, on this device, what I'm going to do is hit Menu, and the icon that pops up right there at the bottom in the middle is MetroWeb, so I'm just going to hit that, and it's going to give me a couple of options, and I'm going to say 'Get in Web.' And it's popping up with a menu saying it's connecting. On cell phones it is a little bit more...a little bit slower than a normal computer would be. It's kind of like dial up speed, if you remember the older Internet access. Some of the networks do have a faster Internet speed, but this carrier here that I'm using right now is a little bit slower 'cause they use a older technology. And right there you can see Google, and what I can do is come right down here into that box, and, or click any of these links here. We can come into this box right here, and just type in something, and it'll go ahead and search the Internet for it. I'm Ben from The Cell Phone Broker in San Jose, California. If you have any questions you can give us a call at 408-526-0555, or you can log onto our website at myspace.com/cellphonebroker.


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