If you've got a wap or Internet-enabled phone, using Orange World is one of the easiest ways to access your webmail.
There's nothing you need to set up. You simply open Orange World on your Orange phone, go to "Tools", then "Read your email" and finally select your email provider. You'll then be taken to your email provider's wap site. From there it's just like logging on to your email with a web browser.
What do I need?
- A wap or Internet-enabled Orange phone
- A compatible email address (see list of providers)
Easy. Open up Orange World on your phone, go to "Tools", then "Read your email" then select your email provider.
Only pay for what you download
You can access your email using Orange World you will be charged for what you download on GPRS.
There are various ways you can pay for your downloads:
£1.50 capped rate, opt in so you never pay more than this a day
£1 daily bundle, for anytime mobile internet access
£5 monthly bundle, for 250 MB of anytime mobile internet access
£7.50 per month for 500 MB of anytime mobile internet access
£10 per month for unlimited* anytime mobile internet access
Pay as you go
£1 bundle, for all day mobile internet access
£2 daily capped rate, so you never pay more than this a day
£5 for a week of anytime mobile internet access
1MB is approximately equal to:
- 160 wap pages
- or viewing 20 web pages
- or downloading 10 games
- or downloading one high quality music track
- sending around 100 short emails each containing up to 100 words
- or sending/downloading up to four video clips
Bundles and daily bundles are subject to a fair usage policy. See terms >
Get into Orange World now
To buy a browsing bundle, just open up Orange World on your mobile browser and then enter 'your account'
You can access your email via Orange World while you're abroad, access is subject to coverage and phone compatibility.
To use this service you'll need an email provider who has a wap site.
Currently you can use this service with the following email providers:
BT Yahoo! (home to BTYahoo! and BTInternet)
MSN* (home to Hotmail and MSN)
Tiscali (home to Tiscali.co.uk, Lineone.net, Psion.net, Screaming.net, Tinyonline.co.uk, Tinyworld.co.uk, Ukgateway.net and Worldonline.co.uk)
Wanadoo (home to Freeserve.co.uk, Fsnet.co.uk, Fsbusiness.co.uk, Fslife.co.uk, Fsworld.co.uk and Wanadoo.co.uk)
*Currently, Hotmail only works with a limited number of handsets