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Roadpost Signs Agreement with France Telecom

Toronto-based Roadpost, a provider of global voice and data communications solutions for the remote worker, has entered a partnership agreement with France Telecom Mobile Satellite Communications to provide BGAN (broadband global area network) services to North American customers. This represents one of the first agreements with a North American supplier to bring the new portable satellite technology to the business, government and consumer markets. Inmarsat's BGAN is the world's first mobile communications service of any kind to provide both voice and broadband data simultaneously through a single, portable device on a global basis. BGAN will be initially accessible in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Coverage for North and South America is planned for mid-2006. BGAN terminal costs start at $3,295 (CDN) and are priced based on data transmission speeds and robustness. Terminals are available for single users or small teams, and can be configured to accommodate Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ethernet and more. Price plans for subscription services will include a monthly fee, plus per minute and per megabyte charges for transmission of voice and data.

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