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Redline's WiMAX Equipment Chosen by IDNet for First Nationwide WiMAX Network in Costa Rica

9/12/08 - Redline Communications Group Inc. (TSX and AIM: RDL) and IDNet announced that IDNet has deployed Redline's award-winning RedMAX family of WiMAX Forum Certified(R) products, to provide enterprise and residential customers with advanced internet and data services. The project represents the first live private WiMAX network operating in the 3.3 GHz licensed spectrum in Costa Rica.

IDNet chose Redline's RedMAX family of WiMAX Forum Certified products to enhance its current enterprise networks and provide value-added advanced data, internet and application services to existing and new customers located in areas that were previously difficult to service. RedMAX base stations have been deployed in the urban areas of San Jose, Heredia, Alajuela, Cartago and the rural areas of Liberia, Santa Cruz, Puntarenas, San Ramon, Ciudad Quesada, Guapiles, Limon and Perez Zeledon. IDNet continues to roll out its WiMAX network with the goal to provide services nation-wide by the end of 2008.

"I've worked with Redline's broadband wireless products for the past five years for a range of applications. The positive experience and feedback from our customers made it an easy choice to select Redline's RedMAX products for IDNet's WiMAX network," said Juan Carlos Pacheco, CEO of IDNet. "Even under extreme weather conditions and in remote areas of Costa Rica, Redline's products prove to be reliable and continue to outperform and maintain coverage and high speed connections."

"IDNet is helping organizations and individuals across Costa Rica enhance the way they do business. Business users such as large Costa Rican banks and popular vacation resorts will now be able to enjoy new levels of high speed internet services," said Chris Koeneman, Vice President of Worldwide Sales, Redline Communications.

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