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Unconditional Forwarding When you choose to divert all calls to another service or phone number. That is, the diversion is unconditional no matter what the circumstances
UFB (display) UFB (Ultra Fine & Bright) LCD screens have lower energy-consuming features than TFT-LCDs, and brighter picture capabilities than STN LCD, allowing up to 65K colour for mobile handset's displays.
USB USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a plug-and-play interface between a computer and add-on devices (such as audio players, joysticks, keyboards, mobile phones, scanners, and printers). With USB, a new device can be added to your computer without having to add an adapter card or even having to turn the computer off. It supports a data speed of 12 megabits per second.
Vibrating Alert The ability of a phone to alert you of an incoming call or SMS by vibrating.
Voice Record The ability of a phone to record the conversations on a call for playback later.
Voice Recognition Facility offered by a few handsets enabling calls to be made by using voice commands rather than pressing the numbers. The memory can be programmed to store and identify names spoken into the handset and call numbers associated with them
Voice mail Mobile phone service provided by the networks that records a message for you when you can't, or don't want to answer a call.
Voicemail Box Number This is the number of the "mailbox" where voice messages are left when CALLback is activated. Different to your mobile number, this is the number you need to call to access messages from a phone other than your mobile handset
Value Added Services Additional services which add value to those already available on the network
World Wide Web Part of the Internet which presents information in the form of multimedia combining text, images, sound and video. It is accessed with a Web browser such as Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer
WAP 1.2.1 Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) 1.2.1 is a technology designed to provide users of mobile devices with rapid and efficient access to the Internet. WAP is a protocol optimized for low speed wireless network and for the limited display capabilities by today’s mobile devices. WAP integrates telephony services with micro browsing and enables easy-to-use interactive Internet access from the mobile handset. Today's web contents are not optimised for mobile access. WAP contents are typical written in a less heavy language in WML. Typical WAP applications include information provisioning, messaging, m-commerce transactions and online banking.
WAP 2.0 WAP 2.0 allows the usage of XHTML (Extended Hyper Text Mark-up Language) based supporting full colour and easy navigation. This future WAP will look more like the Internet people know from the fixed world with a familiar look and feel.
XHTML browser XHTML browsers are used to view web pages written in Extended HTML from the Internet. Newer mobile handsets have a XHTML browser installed to view pages from the Internet using WAP or GPRS.
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