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The launch of a number of new mobiles has created a buzz at the Computer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week - and Momail supports them with its fast and economical mobile email solution. The most popular models are from HTC, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson.

Stockholm, Sweden - January 10, 2008. At events such as the CES in Las Vegas this week, handset vendors create excitement around their new mobiles with ever-greater functionality, including built-in email platforms. Therefore, Momail can be easily enabled on these handsets to provide fast and economical mobile email which works with consumer's current email providers. Examples of new mobiles now supported by Momail are: the Cruise and P6500 from HTC; the "3G for all" winner KU250 from LG; the video mobile RIZR Z10 from Motorola; 3110 from Nokia; Samsung i620 and i780; and, the K618, W350, W760 and stylish Z555 from Sony Ericsson.

"We don't see a slowdown in the numbers of new mobiles launched in 2008. On the contrary, more mobiles than ever will be launched this year. With Momail's unique technique, we can support all of these new handsets which have built-in email platforms. Momail does not require any special client software or downloads on the mobile, so it's very easy to mobilize all of your email. In addition, if you currently have Momail, and change to a new handset, it will only take a minute before your email works on the new one," says Roger Grönberg, CEO of Momail.

Thanks to in-house developed and patented technology Momail can provide support within hours after the handset vendors releases their products in the market. In comparison competitive mobile email solutions, often client based, provide support months after the delivery start of the new device (or never!). Momail is the market leader in number of devices supported - today over 1000.

"We estimate that more than 1.2 billion mobile phones will be sold this year, and that more than 80 percent will include built-in email support. Our intention is for Momail to be first choice for mobile email in markets where our service has launched," says Roger Grönberg.

Availability and price
Momail is free of charge and works on all mobiles with built-in email support. The service is currently available in the UK, Germany and in all Nordic countries. Many more countries will be added 2008, beginning with Poland. Free registration is available via the mobile or Internet at » www.momail.co.uk.

More information
Lars Aase, mobile +46 701 44 18 22, lars.aase@momail.se.
Julie Meyer, office +44 207 653 0204, Julie@ariadnecapital.com

About Momail
Momail is focused on offering a free and global e-mail service for mobile devices. Through patented in-house developed technology, Momail makes a reality of optimal mobile communication for all mobile devices. Via a growing network of partners offering mobile services based on Momail's products and technology, Momail's vision is for mobile email communication to be synonymous with - Momail. To learn more visit www.momail.co.uk.

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Date: 10/01/2008

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