Copied from: CDG.org SAN DIEGO, June 11, 2001 - Axesstel (www.axesstel.com), a manufacturer of feature-rich wireless local loop (WLL) phones, modem cards and network optimization products for the global code division multiple access (CDMA) communications market, today announced the company's cooperation with Nebraska Wireless Telephone Company, a wireless local loop telephone service provider to the state of Nebraska. Under terms of the agreement, Nebraska Wireless will provide Axesstel WLL phones to newly signed subscribers. The Axesstel phones will be a key component in ensuring that Nebraska Wireless local loop telephone service offerings provide consumers with a local telephone service that can be fixed in a home or business as a desktop telephone. "Axesstel is excited to have teamed with Nebraska Wireless as our first U.S.- based customer, and we look forward to further servicing the WLL subscribers in Nebraska while establishing recognition in the U.S. market," said Mike Kwon, president and CEO of Axesstel. "Our relationship with Nebraska Wireless further exemplifies the fact that WLL services are a proven and cost-effective alternative to traditional wireline services in the United States." "We anticipate a very long and successful relationship with Axesstel," said Mary Place-Schaffert, director of sales and marketing of Nebraska Wireless. "Together, we can offer innovative and cost-effective WLL solutions that will give them both the functionality and ease of use of traditional wireless service." Backed by Qualcomm, Axesstel is steadily following through on establishing the company as a global leader in the development of WLL phones. Having already landed contracts in Latin America and with significant interest elsewhere in the world, Axesstel's established U.S. presence further exemplifies the company's global efforts. Axesstel's ACW-P1900 WLL phone is a feature-rich mobile handset designed for a fixed environment and is complete with the following functions: ·Three hours of talk time and 20 hours of standby time ·Speech and PC fax capabilities ·Signal strength indicator LED ·Large four-line dot matrix LCD ·99 speed dial memory ·Automatic sending ·Call waiting, call forwarding, call transfer, three-way calling ·RS-232C serial data port for wireless data Contact: Benjamin Lee, senior director of marketing for Axesstel, by phone at + 1 (858) 625-2100, via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the company's Web site at www.axesstel.com.