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wheeze: You may have heard, Nintendo launched a program recently to encourage Wii users to connect their Wii online, called the Connection Ambassador program.After you get connected, if you enter the Wii number of the person (the ‘Ambassador’) who helped or encouraged you, this will then prompt them to enter your Wii number.
Then, I can then CONFIRM this as the Connection Ambassador, so that you can receive your FREE 500 wii points! Even better – Nintendo now give the Internet Channel (Opera browser) FREE (it was 500 points) so you can browse the web free from your Wii, including You Tube and BBC i Player.
Also, don’t forget the ‘scratch cards’ that come with the console and other Nintendo games.
Since October 10th, 2007 The Nintendo Wii's Internet Channel has not seen a significant update.
The last update to the Nintendo Wii's Internet Browser was roughly 1.5 years ago.
The reason not to include Flash support is pretty obvious: it would allow users to play Flash-based games online for free, which wouldn’t be good business for Nintendo (or any console maker, for that matter).