SeaMobile, Crystal Cruises Sign Contract

Thursday, July 13, 2006
SeaMobile Inc. signed an agreement with Crystal Cruises to provide communication solutions for its guests throughout the world. SeaMobile will begin installing wireless broadband communications equipment on board two luxury Crystal Cruises ships, Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony, later this year. The SeaMobile communications service is designed to allow guests and staff of Crystal Cruises to use their own cellular phones and wireless PDAs while at sea. Charges for calls and data services will then appear on the user's wireless bill from their home carrier. The simple-to-use, high-quality service is expected to complement a host of luxury services aboard the Crystal Cruises ships. The agreement with Crystal Cruises marks the first cruise line contract to be signed since SeaMobile's acquisition of Maritime Telecommunications Network Inc. (MTN).
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