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AT&T launches 3G in Hawaii

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    AT&T Launches 3G Wireless Broadband Network in Hawaii

    Company to Deliver Supercharged Mobile Access to Interactive Content and Mobile Applications

    Honolulu, Hawaii, November 12, 2007

    has announced a change in how, when and where people in the Aloha State access the Internet, use e-mail or view a variety of entertainment services by offering the 3G wireless broadband service in Oahu.

    The launch of 3G service continues AT&T's growth in Hawaii. Over the past three years, AT&T has invested $49 million in the state's wireless network.

    AT&T's third-generation (3G) wireless broadband network enables consumers and businesses to enjoy the benefits of broadband speeds. Customers can use their 3G handsets to quickly access feature-rich wireless content, including videos, games, pictures and the latest music, entertainment, news and weather, through MEdia Net, the company's mobile Internet portal. With the 3G network, customers also can view razor-sharp clips through CV, an on-demand streaming video service that offers a comprehensive library of mobile video content from some of the top media brands.

    "The benefits and features of our 3G network are a perfect match for the outdoor and active lifestyles in Hawaii," said Ed Maruyama, director of sales for AT&T's wireless operations in Hawaii. "AT&T's wireless customers will benefit from the powerful combination of a superfast network and a portfolio of next-generation 3G devices that quickly deliver interactive content and applications anywhere, anytime — whether a user is on the road for business or enjoying another beautiful day at the beach."

    The AT&T 3G network also offers AT&T LaptopConnect mobile customers DSL-like speeds for their laptops, with the ability to access the Internet, their company's intranet or corporate e-mail from anywhere within the 3G network.

    The combination of AT&T's 3G network and LaptopConnect — which simply requires a LaptopConnect card or a laptop with embedded 3G capability, software and an AT&T data plan — is ideal for customers who want to increase business productivity and need to quickly download large files and run corporate applications.

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