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Press Release

Momail Launches Virtual Applications for Any Device, Anywhere

Targets Consumers in the Market

On Friday Momail announces its forthcoming Virtual App Store for release in Q3 2010. Specially developed for emerging markets, where feature phones are dominant and the lack of infrastructural capacity causes problems for always online devices, Momail continues to offer cloud based services targeted towards consumers in this market.

Momail's Virtual Application Store will be made available through the company's Digital Content Delivery (DCD) platform. This platform enables users to subscribe or connect to their favorite social community or internet service through a variety of channels including Momail's award winning mobile email solution or through any browser, without requiring any sort of download. These factors, combined with Momail's innovative optimization technology, will provide users with an optimal user experience while drastically minimizing data usage.

Momail will also streamline the user experience of its Virtual Application Store by incorporating its Zero LogonTM Technology. This feature allows the user to maintain his connection to any service or information and without needing to log-in again, while also knowing such information will remain secure. No information transmitted through Momail's Zero Logon Technology is stored on the device and connected devices can be disabled with the push of a button.

Roger Grönberg CEO of Momail states, "Momails DCD platform continues to gain traction in the APAC and African markets and we will be releasing specific partner information as it becomes public throughout the coming year. Due to our unique perspective with local presence in these regions, we have a unique understanding of market needs. The fact that our system is built from the mobile phone, with PC access coming second, rather than the opposite, the development roadmap for Momail reflects the reality in the emerging markets and our partners appreciate our focus on addressing their needs."

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