Cingular expands corporate e-mail offerings with G100 handheld

New Cradleless Wireless Handheld and Data Access Feature Offer Businesses Enhanced Functionality and Ease of Use with Lower Overhead

LAS VEGAS, FEBRUARY 10, 2003 - Cingular Wireless today announced the newest additions to its family of wireless products that operate on the company's nationwide Mobitex network. Cingular data customers using XpressMailSM GoodLinkä Edition for corporate e-mail can now take advantage of the new G100 wireless handheld and the GoodInfo™ wireless information system for remotely accessing web-enabled data sources - both from Good Technology.

The G100 from Cingular is a powerful, compact wireless handheld that pioneers a new category of wireless devices that are always up-to-date and purpose-built for composing and reading large amounts of email and data. GoodInfo lets corporate users access vital company information stored in Web-based applications - right from a wireless handheld - using standards based technologies such as Extended Markup Language (XML), Common Gateway Interface (CGI), and Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).

"Cingular is committed to offering choices for customers who enjoy and depend on the reliability of Cingular's Mobitex network." said Tim Hogan, executive director of B2B channel marketing and event management for Cingular Wireless. "The G100 and GoodInfo make Xpress Mail GoodLink Edition a complete mobile information solution for the enterprise. It's ideal for businesses that want to deploy mobile technology quickly and maximize their return on investment."

The G100 runs Xpress Mail GoodLink Edition, Cingular's newest wireless corporate e-mail service that features:

The G100 expands Cingular's Mobitex device portfolio with its sophisticated design that features a clear, crisp grayscale display screen and an ergonomically designed quick-type thumb keyboard for an excellent typing experience on a small form-factor device. The G100 also enables one-handed use by both left-handed and right-handed users thanks to an ambidextrous navigation bar, dedicated command buttons such as Home, Escape and Menu, and discrete left and right scrolling buttons.

Cingular's Mobitex network is the nation's leading data-only network and provides extensive coverage, high reliability and low latency in more than 492 markets, covering 93 percent of the urban business population in the U.S.

About Cingular Wireless

Cingular Wireless, a joint venture between SBC Communications (NYSE - SBC) and BellSouth (NYSE - BLS), serves more than 22 million voice and data customers across the United States. A leader in mobile voice and data communications, Cingular is the only U.S. wireless carrier to offer Rollover, the wireless plan that lets customers keep their unused monthly minutes. Cingular provides cellular/PCS service in 43 of the top 50 markets nationwide, and provides corporate e-mail and other advanced data services through its GPRS and Mobitex packet data networks. Details of the company are available at

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