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Nokia 9210: Using WAP

Help and advice on how to set up a Nokia 9210 for WAP access, supplied by FileSaveAs in the UK

If you have a Nokia 9210 or Nokia 9210i communicator, the CD supplied with the Communicator includes an installable WAP browser. The advantages of the large screen and keyboard one-box solution are obvious.

WAP on a Nokia 9210
The Nokia 9210 Wap browser

Setting up o2 WAP on a Nokia 9210

Below are some instructions for setting up WAP on a communicator. Here, we're using O2 online (a UK mobile phone network operator).

To get WAP access, you need the following:

  1. An O2 SIM card (which gives you free text messages and a WAP allowance)
  2. A 9210 communicator.
  3. The Nokia 9210 browser
O2 Wap / Mobile Internet settings:
Dialup access number: +447712927927
Gateway (IP) address:
Username: o2wap
Password: password
Secure connection: No
For settings for the other UK operators, see our UK WAP settings list.

WAP on a 9210
Setup the dialup settings in Extras | Control panel | Internet access

Network settings
Setup o2 access from Internet | WAP | Tools | WAP access...

Problems connecting

If you're having problems connecting to WAP, try the following advice:

  • In order to use WAP, you must have data services enabled on your account. If you can't connect, contact your network operator (e.g. o2, Orange, Vodafone or T-Mobile), and ask them to ensure that your SIM Card is 'data-enabled'.
  • Still having problems? Double-check your settings are 100% correct. The UK settings for the main network operators can be found on our WAP page. Alternatively, try getting the settings sent to your handset using the Nokia Configurator.
  • If you're still having problems, best bet is to ask in our forum with details of handset type and error messages. Alternatively, contact your network operator for help.

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