What is biNu?
Can I use biNu on my phone?
Do I have to pay for biNu?
Do I need some kind of Internet service from my mobile provider?
How do I install biNu on my phone?
Finding biNu on your phone
biNu is a mobile phone application that provides super fast, simple, cost effective access to many Internet based applications such as Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia, news, sports, weather etc. biNu is designed and optimized for mobile wireless devices and provides instant response times, even on slower networks.
biNu is capable of running on Java phones, Android phones and Blackberry phones that have an internet connection – most mobile phones made after 2001 meet these requirements. At a more technical level, Java phones need to support a minimum level of CLDC 1.1 and MIDP 2.0. Currently biNu is not supported on the iPhone. You are welcome to download and try biNu on your phone.
No, biNu is free, however you may incur data charges from your mobile phone carrier. Data transferred to your phone when using biNu is heavily compressed making your mobile internet data use much more cost effective.
In general, you will need to have some level of Internet access provided for in your phone service agreement. Check with your mobile provider if you are not sure.
You can download biNu to your phone via WAP or SMS text message.
Visit m.binu.com using your phone’s existing web browser and click on the Download link. During the installation process various alerts may pop-up on the phone’s screen. You should disregard the alerts and click “continue” or “ok” to continue installing biNu.
When using the SMS method, we send you an SMS message that includes a link to the m.binu.com site When you click this link, your phone browser will open and take you to the site. Once there, click on the Download link. During the installation process various alerts may pop-up on the phone’s screen. You should disregard the alerts and click “continue” or “ok” to continue installing biNu.
biNu is a Java application and usually will be filed under Applications, Java Applications, File Manager or a similarly named folder that can be reached from the main menu of your phone. On smaller, older phones it might be found under Games.
When you run biNu, it connects to the Internet. During the connection process, you will most likely be asked to allow the biNu application to use the network in order send or receive data. Say ‘yes’ or ‘ok’ in order to run the application.
Some users have problems connecting biNu to the internet. This is a general problem with some networks. Please see here for more information: http://blog.wapreview.com/466/ OR check the Opera Mini page for connection help: http://www.opera.com/mobile/help/connect/biNu
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