Phenom™ 3.0 Advertising Program Slated for CNET
LAS VEGAS, NV—October 17, 2006 -- Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc. (OTC BB:SLWF) announced today an aggressive advertising program featuring company subsidiary Seamless Peer 2 Peer’s Phenom™ 3.0 Virtual Internet Extranet encryption software. Phenom ™ provides SOX and HIPAA-compliant secure peer mail, chat, file transfer, remote PC access, secure VoIP, video conferencing and white boarding. The ad campaign is slated to begin November 1, 2006 on CNET (www.cnet.com) where people go to discover the latest tech an consumer electronics.
The advertising program is timed to coincide with the company’s presentations and preview of Phenom™ 3.0 and the S-XGen ™ Ultra Mobile Personal Computer and Communications Device at the Value Rich Small Cap Expo in Las Vegas October 25th and the Consumer Electronics Show pre-show press briefing in New York November 8th. Seamless will also be exhibiting Phenom 3.0 and the S-XGen ™ at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES®) in Las Vegas, January 8 -11 in Booth IP125 at the Sands. The S-XGen is the newest contender in the rapidly expanding Ultra Mobile Personal Computer (UMPC) class of minicomputers and takes connectivity to the next level with integrated Cellular, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.
“Through our earlier branding contest we found CNET to provide the most tech-savvy and responsive audience for Phenom and we are pleased to work with CNET again to build awareness and drive interest and sales in Phenom following our presentations at Value Rich and preceding CES,” said Luke Rippy, President of Seamless Peer 2 Peer, Inc.
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About Seamless Wi-Fi
Seamless Wi-Fi Inc. (www.slwf.net) is a Las Vegas-based company listed on the OTC BB under the symbol SLWF. Seamless develops and markets cutting-edge internet communications products and services through its three operating subsidiaries: Seamless Skyy-Fi, Inc. (www.skyyfi.com), Seamless Peer 2 Peer, Inc. (www.seamlessp2p.net) and Seamless Internet (www.seamlessinternet.com). Seamless Skyy-Fi is forging a network of Wi-Fi Hot Spots in targeted geographic and vertical markets across the country and has achieved initial success providing hotel and retail Wi-Fi hotspots. Seamless Peer 2 Peer has developed and will soon launch version 3.0 of their Phenom™ Virtual Internet Extranet encryption software, which provides SOX and HIPAA-compliant secure internet communications over standard internet services. Seamless Internet is manufacturing and marketing the S-XGen™ Ultra Mobile Personal Computer and Communications Device that combines portability, connectivity, processing power and entertainment capabilities for the ultimate road-warrior laptop replacement. Seamless Internet also provides secure hosting services for all-Seamless company clientele.
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