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MediaG3 Announces the IW4G WiMAX Launch of Broadband Wireless Internet Service Availability in the Silicon Valley

11/27/09 - MediaG3, Inc. is pleased to report the progress on the Company's developing WIMAX service roll-out strategy in the United States.

MediaG3 announces that the Company's expansion plan is advancing impressively in Silicon Valley Metropolis. Recently, the Company announced a successful service launch in Keizer, Salem and Portland, Oregon, Las Vegas, Nevada and Boise, Idaho. This is part of the Company's 19 state market roll out of the Company's revolutionary WIMAX services.

The addressable market, demographics, and Company estimated revenue metrics for broadband internet services in the Silicon Valley metro markets include the following statistics:

  1. Estimated Silicon Valley metro market shows a potential subscriber base of 1,764,999.
  2. Percentage of households using broadband and wireless services are 74%.
  3. Available broadband and wireless subscriber base is 1,306,099 households.
  4. A very conservative estimated market share to be captured by MediaG3 being 5%.
  5. Estimating subscribers' revenues exceed $3,265,000/year initially.

"Imperial Wireless is excited to bring its IW4G WiMax Super Fast Mobile Broadband and Internet Phone Services to the vast market of Silicon Valley residents, businesses, students and mobile professionals. We endeavor to provide an invaluble service by offering our speedy mobile Internet experience on the go. Having this capability otherwise restrictive to their home or the office computing experience, has proven to offer a dramatic shift in effectiveness and quality of lifestyle," said Val Westergard, Chairman, MediaG3, Inc. "We're pleased to provide a valuable new category of Internet services designed to make people's lives more enjoyable and more productive, wherever they happen to be in our coverage area."

Joseph L. Anzalone, MediaG3 President, had this to add: "With our headquarters in the heart of Silicon Valley, we are excited to be positioned to deliver our WIMAX services platform to businesses and residential communities in the Silicon Valley, which is synonymous with innovation and leading edge technology development. Our service rollouts are gaining momentum as anticipated, and more frequently than not, ahead of expectations as subscribers are demanding the broadband services to meet their growing appetite for internet service without limits. Our strategy continues to revolve around the development of our presence in every underserved market in the country where we can offer the consumer an unbeatable combination of next generation broadband and mobile Internet services at highly competitive prices," added Mr. Anzalone.

He continued, furthermore, to enhance the service plan. MediaG3 plans to utilize 30 carrier grade cellular towers which were successfully acquired earlier this year and will be used to support the network expansion in selected key markets throughout the United States. "MediaG3 will be employing its strong portfolio of telecom equipment to support the WIMAX service expansion. These carrier grade towers will help in broadening the reach in conjunction with our patent-protected LMDS equipment platform. The goal is to provide leading edge WIMAX service to everyone, not just those in major metropolitan communities," added Mr. Anzalone.

The 4G customer experience is similar to that provided by Wi-Fi, but without the short-range limitations of a traditional Internet hot spot. The companies are all using a wireless 4G technology that differs from Wi-Fi called WiMAX, which provides service areas measured in miles, not feet. Further, IW4G gives you average mobile download speeds of 3 to 6 mbps with bursts over 10 mbps.*

As the Internet integrates deeper into daily life, the opportunities to stay connected and be productive are enhanced by IW4G in numerous ways:

  • A busy parent who wants full Internet connectivity for kids studying or playing games in the back of the family minivan;
  • A college student or retiree looking for one affordable Internet service provider to meet their needs at home, on campus and on-the-go;
  • A mobile professional who is unsatisfied with the speeds and limitations of 3G modem cards or the need to seek out Wi-Fi hotspots;
  • A commuter interested in working or accessing entertainment sites like Hulu or Pandora on the way home.

For these and many other customers, IW4G's simple and innovative pricing provides ultimate flexibility. IW4G's mobile and residential plans can be purchased by the day or by the month, and with several no service contract options available. Home Internet service plans start at $25 per month, while mobile Internet plans start at $35 per month, or customers can purchase a convenient day pass for $10. Additional savings are available for customers by purchasing a combination of services that could include home-and-mobile or mobile-and-mobile Internet plans starting at $50 for both, or by signing up for a two-year service agreement. The dual-mode 4G/3G plan is available for just $70 per month with a two-year service agreement. Customers can find full details about pricing options, business plans and purchase the service online at www.iw4g.com .

IW4G offers several simple choices for broadband connectivity:

  • IW4G USB Modem and IW4G+ Mobile: Mobile users simply plug-in IW4G's compact, mobile WiMAX-enabled USB modem into their laptop to get online. The USB modem, from Motorola, is available for only $49.99 for a limited time or leased for just $4.99 per month. Customers can purchase the modem from a store or online. Customers who travel across the U.S. may purchase the CleIW4G+ mobile USB, a dual-mode (4G/3G) modem from IW4G. The dual-mode capabilities give the truly mobile user access to nationwide 3G network service whenever the IW4G service is not available. The IW4G+ mobile USB is available to lease for only $5.99 per month.
  • Residential data & voice services: For residential service, IW4G offers customers a wireless high-speed modem, about the size of a small book. Customers simply plug the modem into a power outlet anywhere in their home or office and connect the modem to their PC or wireless router. This enables consumers and businesses to install high-speed Internet service without the need to schedule an appointment, drill holes in their walls, or otherwise disrupt their day. The IW4G Modem, a residential modem from Motorola, can be purchased for $69.99 for a limited time or leased for just $4.99 monthly. Residential customers can also add in-home voice service with purchase of the IW4G Voice Adapter for $15, and receive unlimited local and long distance service for just $25 per month.
  • IW4G Spot: With the IW4G Spot, any existing, off-the-shelf Wi-Fi device (compatible with 802.11b/g) can connect to IW4G's mobile WiMAX network. The IW4GSpot creates a personal Wi-Fi hotspot that travels with consumers anywhere they happen to be within IW4G's mobile WiMAX service area. This $139.99 device is a portable, battery-powered router that seamlessly connects up to eight standard Wi-Fi-enabled devices (computers, mobile phones, portable gaming, consoles, cameras, etc.) to the Internet via a IW4G USB modem to access IW4G's mobile WiMAX network. The IW4G Spot is compatible with both the IW4G and IW4GG+ mobile USB dual-mode service options.
  • Intel Embedded WiMAX Laptops: Numerous IW4G-compatible embedded WiMAX laptops based on Intel® Centrino® 2 processor technology are now available directly from their manufacturers and through other channels. From Dell, these include the Studio 17, Studio XPS 16, Latitude E4300, Latitude E6400, Latitude E6400 ATG, Latitude E6500, Precision M2400, Precision M4400 and Vostro 1220. From Fujitsu, this includes the LifeBook P8020. WiMAX-ready laptops from Lenovo include the ThinkPad line: SL500, X200, X200s, X200 Tablet, X301, T400, T500, W500, W700. From Samsung, this includes the X460 notebook as well as the NC10, the first WiMAX-enabled netbook based on the Intel® Atom™ processor, available in the U.S.
  • Samsung Mondi: The Samsung Mondi is a mobile, WiMAX-enabled handheld device that combines the abilities of a PC with the size and portability of a phone.

By Robert Hoskins

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