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(Updated on January 5, 2000)



January 6 – Motorola Inc. has introduced three new paging products (t350, T900 and T935) for Internet applications using reflex networks

Motorola, Inc. introduced three new paging-based products, all of which have the benefits of the Internet. 

The T350 word message pager is an entry-level product whereas the T900 and Timeport P935 are both interactive communicators. These two sophisticated pagers combine the benefits of email, paging and the Internet into one, handheld device.  The user has the ability to send messages to one-way pagers, to and from two-way pagers and to any email account, while receiving information from the Internet, via the wireless provider’s paging network.  These networks all use Motorola’s ReFlex two-way data protocol.  While the T900 uses only a portable email address, the P935 can utilize the user’s corporate email address as well as access their corporate databases. This advance mobile is also a full PIM and has in infrared (IrDA) compatible port to receive and send information while away from the office.  

For the business user, Motorola is taking paging to greater heights offering complete mobility and security. 

For more information. Go to http://www.corporate-ir.net/ireye/ir_site.zhtml?ticker=mot&script=400

MobileInfo Advisory and Comments : It is time that Motorola moved forward with enabling their pagers for the Internet. Where is their answer to highly-successful RIM's Blackberry?

Note: This news release contains forward-looking statements. Readers should take appropriate caution in developing plans utilizing these products, services and technology architectures.

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