WAP - What's
It All About?
Somebody somewhere tells me WAP stands for Wireless Application Protocol. Basically if you have one of those new fancy mobile phones that can be used for the Internet then you can access WAP sites through it. A WAP site offers a limited amount of information on a tiny little screen, so not as good as all the information you can get through the web - but handy for all the latest information while on the move. The good news is there is a dedicated WAP site for Reading Football Club fans.
FC WAP Service
Currently there aren't many WAP sites out there because there's not a massive number of WAP mobile phones in use out there. So the Reading FC WAP site is a small site launched in May 2000 as a trial service. When the site was launched there was only one other football club in the whole country to offer this service (QPR) - as far as we know. The Hob Nob Anyone? WAP service features the latest news pulled directly from Hob Nob Anyone? and pumped out onto your mobile. The site also includes the latest results and fixtures - rather handy if you're on holiday somewhere abroad without access to any other source of Royals news.
Me More WAP!
If there's enough demand then we'll expand the WAP service. If you'd like more of Hob Nob Anyone? on your mobile these please let us know you're using the site by dropping us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The site is located at: http://www.royals.org/wap
Enter that into your WAP enabled mobile phone, as a bookmark, and dial in for the latest Reading FC news.
If you fancy a preview of the site please click here for http://www.royals.org/wap