MTN and Cingular Collaborate With On Line Identity

Monday, December 19, 2005
Wireless Maritime Services, a joint venture between Maritime Telecommunications Network (MTN), of Miramar, Florida, and Cingular Wireless, the largest wireless carrier in the United States, launched its customer and service driven website, www.cellularatsea.com. Wireless Maritime Services (WMS) currently provides wireless service on 15+ cruise vessels of the world’s major cruise lines. WMS was developed specifically for the cruise line industry and offers unique solutions for complete onboard wireless connectivity. Using a combination of the newest technologies available from the parent companies, including the pioneering voice and data satellite capabilities of MTN and the nation’s largest and fastest digital network from Cingular, WMS is able to provide the best in wireless services to their customers. WMS supports the main wireless telephony platforms, accommodating major wireless telecommunications companies worldwide. The abundance of participating roaming partners provides cellular signal and connectivity even at the far corners of the world.
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