M e n u f u n c t i o n s
Note that your phone may have
some pre-installed bookmarks for
sites not affiliated to Nokia. Nokia
does not warrant or endorse these
sites. If you choose to access them,
you should take the same
precautions, for security or content,
as you would with any Internet site.
With your phone's multi-mode
browser you can view the services
that use Wireless Mark-up Language
(WML) or extensible HyperText
Markup Language (xHTML) on their
pages. Since the phone's display and
the memory capacity are much
smaller than in a computer, Internet
content is displayed differently on
the phone's display. Note that you
may not be able to view all pages or
all details on the Internet pages.
Basic steps for accessing and
1. Save the service settings that are
required to access the service
that you want to use. See page
2. Make a connection to the given
service. See page 77.
3. Start browsing the pages of the
service. See page 78.
4. Once you are finished browsing,
end the connection to the
service. See page 79.
Setting up the phone for a
You may receive the service settings
as an OTA message from the network
operator or service provider that
offers the service that you want to
use. You can also key in the settings
manually or add and edit the
settings with PC Suite.
For more information and for
appropriate settings, contact your
network operator or service provider
that offers the service that you want
to use. The settings may be available,
for example, on their website.
Saving the service settings
received as an OTA message
When you receive the service
settings as an OTA message,
• To save the received settings,
and select Save.
If no settings are saved in
settings, the settings are
saved under the first free
connection set and are also
If there are settings saved in
saved service settings?
displayed. To activate the saved
settings, press Yes, or to save
them only, press No.
• To view the received settings