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Long Lines Wireless Renews and Expands Contract with ClearSky to Include Hosted Multi-G SMS

ClearSky Mobile Media, Inc., a leading provider of mobile data services to regional wireless carriers, today announced its multi-year contract renewal with leading Midwest carrier, Long Lines Wireless. After a successful three-year business relationship, Long Lines Wireless has renewed and expanded its contract to include ClearSky’s hosted Multi-G SMS, in addition to its Multi-G MMS, Mobile Internet Gateway and Unified Media Center.

Now, with ClearSky’s SMS Service, Long Lines Wireless subscribers can enjoy an array of personalization features such as parental and corporate controls, group messaging, auto-forwarding, auto-reply, auto-signature, personal blacklist, message status inquiry, Flash (pop-up) messages and more. Additionally, with ClearSky’s complete mobile entertainment package, subscribers can send and receive multimedia messages, browse their favorite mobile websites, and access a branded media center complete with downloadable content, including ClearSky’s new Smartphone App Store.

“It’s not often that a regional wireless carrier can gain additional market differentiation while simultaneously reducing OPEX,” said Brent Olson, Long Lines Wireless President and CFO. “ClearSky’s ability to remain a one-stop shop by providing a comprehensive suite of wireless data services, including a feature-rich SMS platform, made it an obvious choice to continue our successful relationship. With unlimited messaging capacity, ClearSky’s superior SMS platform and associated services are sure to accommodate our growing subscriber base.”

“ClearSky is thrilled to renew and expand our valued relationship with Long Lines Wireless by providing our Multi-G SMS platform,” said Tony Tagliareni, EVP of sales and marketing. “Contract renewals that include an expansion of services send a very strong message to the market place. Our clients are saying they were so pleased with the services they received over the original contract term, that they want to align more tightly with ClearSky to continue to drive their success.”