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 ++++NEWS++++


 03/09 00:37 Total Subscribers of DDI, DDI-Cellular Group, TU-KA
 Group and
 IDO's

 Total Subscribers of DDI, DDI-Cellular Group, TU-KA Group and
 IDO's Wireless Internet Access
 Services 'EZweb' and 'EZaccess,' Using Phone.com's UP.Link

 Server, Exceeds One Million in Japan

 Use of Phone.com's UP.Browser-enabled Mobile Phones Rapidly
 Increases

 REDWOOD CITY, Calif., and TOKYO, March 9 /PRNewswire/ --
 Phone.com, Inc. (Nasdaq: PHCM), a
 leading provider of mobile Internet software and services, today
 announced that the total number of
 subscribers of DDI, DDI-Cellular Group, TU-KA Group and IDO's
 wireless Internet access services
 "EZweb" and "EZaccess," using the Phone.com(TM) UP.Link(TM)
 Server Suite, has now exceeded 1
 million in Japan.

 (Photo:
 www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/19990706/PHCMLOGO )

 EZweb and EZaccess are wireless Internet access services using
 Phone.com's UP.Link Server Suite
 that are provided by DDI, DDI-Cellular Group, TU-KA Group and IDO.
 Internet-based content such as
 email, news, stock, weather, movies, concerts, travel, sports and
 other information can be accessed
 through Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)-enabled mobile phones
 that include the Phone.com
 UP.Browser(TM) microbrowser. DDI, DDI-Cellular Group, TU-KA
 Group and IDO are providing
 approximately 200 content sites for each service, in addition to sites
 that have been created by
 individual and content providers that are not listed on the menu. The
 additional sites can be accessed
 by typing the URL directly or found by using search engines.

 DDI, DDI-Cellular Group, TU-KA Group and IDO introduced the
 EZweb and EZaccess services in April
 1999-allowing subscribers to access the Internet through their mobile
 phones. As of March 8, 2000,
 the number of subscribers has exceeded 1 million. Currently, there
 are 13 UP.Browser-enabled
 mobile phone models. The phones are available from Hitachi, Denso,
 Toshiba, Casio, Sanyo, Sony and
 Kyocera.

 "We are very pleased to see that the number of DDI, DDI-Cellular
 Group, TU-KA Group and IDO's
 EZweb and EZaccess users has reached one million," said Kazuhiko
 Ishii, general manager of
 Phone.com Japan. "As business grows, it is expected that we will
 continue to see content that is
 geared towards the Internet-enabled mobile phone user. Content
 developers in Japan can not only
 target local users but there are opportunity to access users
 overseas-and an opportunities for
 network operators to gain additional subscribers."

 About DDI

 DDI, the 2nd largest telecommunications carrier in Japan provides
 long distance, international
 telephone, Internet connection, mobile phone, and PHS services. With
 respect to mobile phone
 services, DDI provides services through the DDI-Cellular Group,
 which consists of eight subsidiaries
 covering areas outside the Tokyo and Tokai regions. The number of
 subscribers reached 6.16 million
 as of February 2000. The three companies in the TU-KA Group that
 are newly-affiliated with DDI
 since October 1, 1999, providing services in the Tokyo, Tokai and
 Kansai areas, and the TU-KA group
 had 3.41 million subscribers as of February 2000.

 About IDO

 IDO is a mobile phone service provider founded in March 1987
 primarily by Toyota Motor Corporation
 and Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc. Having its business in the Tokyo
 and Tokai areas, the center of the
 Japanese economy, IDO established a tie-up relationship with
 DDI-Cellular Group for the introduction
 of new cdmaOnce services which began in April 1999 and built a
 seamless nationwide network. The
 number of IDO subscribers using the digital PDC method and
 cdmaOne has reached 3.84 million. This
 year, in addition to the high-speed PacketOne data communications
 service, IDO plans to begin
 offering an international cdmaOne-based roaming service to connect
 countries starting with Korea
 and Hong Kong.

 About Phone.com

 Phone.com, Inc. is a leading provider of software and services that
 enable the delivery of
 Internet-based information services to mass-market wireless
 telephones. Using its software,
 wireless subscribers have access to Internet- and corporate
 intranet-based services, including
 Email, news, stocks, weather, travel and sports. In addition,
 subscribers have access via their
 wireless telephones to network operators' intranet-based telephony
 services, which may include
 over-the-air activation, call management, billing history information,
 pricing plan subscription and
 voice message management. Phone.com is headquartered in Silicon
 Valley, California and has regional
 offices in Belfast, Copenhagen, Hong Kong, London, Seoul and
 Tokyo. Visit www.phone.com for
 more information.  
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More News!

 www.phone.com/news/Archive2000/030900_BT.html
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09.03.00 18:30
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Great Info Furmunda.

 Actually Symbian headquarter is in London, but if phcm
 acquires symbian they will definitely control the wireless
 market (At which point, I will quadruple my holdings).
 However, I don't think the shareholders of Symbian (Motorola, Nokia,
 Ericsson, Psion) are willing to give up this baby.

 I'm definitely staying long on PHCM. It's got huge potential.
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              British Telecom in ventures for global mobile Internet
                                       service

             LONDON, Mar 09, 2000 (AP Worldstream via COMTEX) -- British
             Telecommunications PLC has formed joint ventures with Microsoft Corp. and other
             leading high-tech companies to develop a global network of mobile phones with
             Internet applications.

             Hoping to profit from explosive growth in wireless telephony and the worldwide
             Web, BT said Thursday that it aims to enable customers to use mobile handsets to
             receive news and information and to pay credit card bills, trade shares, listen to
             music or buy airline tickets.

             Microsoft, based in Redmond, Washington, will supply the mobile Internet
             applications. Phone.com, Inc., of Redwood City, California, will provide the portal
             software, BT said.

             Motorola Corp. of Schaumburg, Illinois, will build the handsets with Internet
             compatibility, as will Sweden's LM Ericsson AB, Siemens AG of Germany and

             NEC Corp. of Japan.

             BT plans to invest 160 million pounds (dlrs 253 million) in the projects. It aims to
             launch global mobile Internet services in the summer, with trials beginning in April.

             The number of mobile subscribers around the world is expected to increase by 200
             percent in the next five years to more than a billion, said Kent Thexton, who will be
             managing director for BT's new global mobile Internet business.

             BT's Internet sales are growing at more than 80 percent per year, and the company
             forecasts that the mobile e-commerce market will be worth dlrs 200 billion in four
             years.

             BT also announced that its mobile phone business, BT Cellnet, is launching Britain's
             first prepaid mobile Internet phone based on wireless application protocol (WAP)
             technology.

             WAP technology makes it possible to send large amounts of data, including video
             images, over radio waves to small receivers.

             BT Cellnet expects to sell up to 500,000 WAP phones between April and June. It
             predicts that, within 18 months, almost all new mobile phones will be compatible
             with Internet services.

             Copyright 2000 Associated Press, All rights reserved.

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w-Trade Technologies Joins Phone.com Alliance
                       Program To Provide Wireless Data Services w-Trade
                         Technologies' Growing List of Mobile Commerce
                     Applications to Be Offered to Wireless Network Carriers
                          and Any Company That Wants to 'Go Wireless'

             NEW YORK, Mar 9, 2000 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- w-Trade Technologies,
             the pioneer of wireless commerce applications, today announced that it has joined the
             Phone.com(TM) (Nasdaq: PHCM ) Alliance Program as a wireless data applications
             provider.

             Through the Phone.com Alliance Program, wireless network carriers can now offer
             their subscribers the ability to buy and sell stocks, pay bills, bank, shop, make travel
             reservations, manage their 401k, receive news alerts, and even participate in online
             auctions from virtually any handheld device by utilizing w-Trade Technologies'
             growing list of 15 wireless applications. w-Trade Technologies' applications are

             designed to allow any company the ability to offer its customers the opportunity to
             directly conduct wireless e-commerce using mobile phones with a built-in
             UP.Browser microbrowser.

             "By leveraging Phone.com's expertise in the Internet-enabled mobile phone market,
             w-Trade Technologies furthers its leadership role in the wireless application sector,"
             said Donna R. Oliva, CEO of w-Trade Technologies. "This alliance with Phone.com
             extends our capability to offer our applications over any mobile phone via virtually
             any wireless network."

             "Through this alliance, w-Trade Technologies should be able to accelerate its reach
             into the rapidly growing wireless Internet market," said Kathy Simpson, director of
             developer marketing for Phone.com. "With its existing client base and growing
             number of wireless application offerings, w-Trade Technologies will enable wireless
             network carriers to offer their subscribers anytime, anywhere access to integrated
             mobile commerce."

             Last week, w-Trade Technologies introduced nine new wireless application products
             that will allow mobile device users the ability to shop, purchase tickets, make
             reservations, participate in online auctions and receive up-to- the minute news, sports,
             weather and other information using any handheld wireless device. These new
             products -- w-Store(TM), w-Travel(TM), w-Dine(TM), w-Auction(TM),
             w-Ticket(TM), w-News(TM), w-Sports(TM) and w-Weather(TM) -- are part of a
             comprehensive Wireless Commerce and Wireless Content Solutions, and can be
             easily deployed by any business within weeks. This announcement follows the
             company's launch last month of its comprehensive suite of Wireless Financial
             Solutions, consisting of its market-leading w-Trade(TM) and w-Bank(TM) products,
             as well as w-Cash(TM), w-401k(TM), w-Research(TM) and w-Alerts(TM).

             The Phone.com Alliance Program has two aims: to promote the concept of wireless
             information access, and to coordinate the exchange of ideas and information among
             Alliances Program members, other companies developing wireless Internet products
             and services, and Phone.com's network operators. w-Trade Technologies joins a
             growing list of alliances that includes content providers, application developers, tools
             providers and systems integrators using the Phone.com Product Family. For more
             information about Phone.com, please visit their Web site at www.phone.com .

             About w-Trade Technologies Founded in 1997, w-Trade Technologies
             (www.w-trade.com) introduced wireless trading and banking to the world
             when it released the first of its w-Trade(TM) and w-Bank(TM) products two years
             ago. The company has since expanded its offerings to now include 15 mobile finance,
             commerce, content and messaging applications. Today, w- Trade Technologies
             remains the only company able to extend any business globally into the wireless
             world through any kind of wireless device and wireless network. Based on the
             company's core, patent pending technology, w-Trade Technologies' wireless
             application products are completely customizable and can be developed and
             implemented within weeks. Additionally, w-Trade Technologies' solutions provide an
             unparalleled level of personalization, delivering unique information directly into the
             hands of each individual user.

             Headquartered on Wall Street with a worldwide presence in Germany, Finland and
             Russia, w-Trade Technologies has a client list that includes some of the world's
             leading organizations. In addition, w-Trade Technologies has strong strategic
             alliances with many of the leading telecommunications companies, device
             manufacturers and wireless infrastructure organizations.

             The Phone.com name and the "UP." family of terms are trademarks of Phone.com,
             Inc. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their
             respective owners.

             SOURCE w-Trade Technologies

             (C) 2000 PR Newswire.  All rights reserved.

             www.prnewswire.com
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             CONTACT:          Kip Patrick of w-Trade Technologies, 212-406-7685, ext. 225,
                               kip.patrick@w-trade.com


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                PhoneOnline.com Joins Phone.com Alliance Program to
                   Offer Secure Online Banking Services to Wireless
                                        Subscribers

             KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Mar 9, 2000 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- PhoneOnline.com(TM), a
             software development and services company providing solutions for the wireless
             mobile Internet, has joined the Phone.com(TM) Alliance Program as an application
             developer. By promoting the integration of Internet and wireless technology, this
             alliance is designed to empower mobile phone subscribers to directly and instantly
             access banking information and complete transactions using their mobile phones'
             built-in UP Browser(TM) microbrowser from Phone.com and an exciting banking
             application from PhoneOnline.com.

             PhoneOnline.com's premier service, ATMPhone(TM), provides subscribers with the
             ability to inquire about account information, transfer funds, review account activity

             and send internal bank email directly from their mobile phones. PhoneOnline.com is
             expected to unveil ATMPhone in April 2000.

             "We look forward to working closely with Phone.com to introduce a new application
             that will change the way consumers access their banking and financial information,"
             said Scanlon Putegnat, vice president of Sales and Marketing, PhoneOnline.com. "As
             pioneers in the development of online banking solutions using Internet-enabled
             phones, we recognize the value of Phone.com's unique microbrowser interface for
             linking mobile phone users to the Internet or corporate Intranets. Combining this
             interface with our ATMPhone service allows wireless carriers to support this
             banking application over their data networks."

             "PhoneOnline's experience in wireless development should enable carriers to provide
             a compelling financial and banking service to their subscribers," said Kathy Simpson,
             director of developer marketing for Phone.com. "Applications such as ATMPhone
             will offer banking customers a new and easy way to complete transactions anytime,
             anywhere, using an Internet-enabled wireless phone."

             The Phone.com Alliance Program has two aims: to promote the concept of wireless
             information access, and to coordinate the exchange of ideas and information among
             Alliances Program members, other companies developing wireless Internet products
             and services, and Phone.com's network operators. PhoneOnline.com joins a growing
             list of alliances that includes content providers, application developers, tools providers
             and systems integrators using the Phone.com Product Family. For more information
             about Phone.com, please visit their Web site at www.phone.com .

             PhoneOnline.com designs and markets software services and solutions for the
             wireless mobile Internet. The company's patented product applications allow
             consumers to manage personal and business information over the wireless Internet
             from the convenience of their mobile phones. For more information about
             PhoneOnline.com, please visit their Web site at www.phoneonline.com .

             ATMPhone and PhoneOnline.com are trademarks of PhoneOnline.com, Inc. The
             Phone.com name and the "UP" family of terms are trademarks of Phone.com, Inc.
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