SEVEN, Alltel Bring Enterprise Mobile Email Services to Market SEVEN today announced that Alltel, owner of America's largest wireless network, is offering Office Sync — enterprise-class mobile email — based on SEVEN's widely deployed and popular mobile email software. Office Sync is available today in two versions: Enterprise Server Edition for businesses and Personal Edition for individuals and smaller business. Office Sync is initially available on Palm-powered and Windows Mobile-based smart phones for $39.99 per month including an unlimited data plan. Office Sync is available via Alltel's retail, direct and indirect business channels. Mobile email is often viewed as an arduous and expensive enterprise undertaking or as complex and out of reach for the non-technical consumer. In contrast, mobile email delivered as a service via a leading mobile operator solves these problems and paves the way for a larger percent of mobile phone users to actually benefit from the power and enjoyment of mobile email. Customers using services powered by SEVEN's mobile email software — whether the Enterprise Server Edition or the Personal Edition — can expect three things: 1) Ease of Use: quick set up, intuitive user experience, over-the-air upgrades, low maintenance; 2) Flexibility: compatibility with Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes, IMAP-and POP-based email, compatibility with a wide a range of leading handsets, customizable experience for both the IT administrator and the end consumer; 3) Value: full and sophisticated feature set including the highest enterprise-class security with value pricing, no hidden fees. "Alltel is an amazing company with extremely loyal customers. These customers expect highly-useful, market-tested and innovative products. Office Sync delivers on all counts," said Kent Thexton, CEO of SEVEN. "SEVEN is honored to have been chosen by Alltel." SEVEN's software designed for IT administrators — such as Office Sync Enterprise Server Edition — has been deployed at businesses around the world including highly-regarded brands such as BMW, Danone, Haagan-Daas and L'Oreal. SEVEN has been contracted by 90 mobile operators in 54 countries to bring mobile email to market representing approximately 50% growth from 2004 to 2005. As of February 2006, SEVEN had sold 1M plus licenses of its software.