Waxess USA's HomeCel® 1000 Verizon Wireless Network Ready; Provides Cordless Cellular Solution for Home and Office

NEWPORT BEACH, CA; LAS VEGAS, NV; and BASKING RIDGE, NJ — Waxess USA Inc., an innovative fixed wireless solutions manufacturer for home and office applications, is pleased to announce that the HomeCel cordless device is now Verizon Wireless network ready through the Open Development program. Waxess will be displaying this innovative new product in the Verizon Wireless booth #1034, Central Hall at the International CTIA WIRELESS 2010® show in Las Vegas.

Coupled with the Verizon Wireless network, the HomeCel adds a unique option for consumers to augment or replace existing home or office lines with cellular-based communications, taking advantage of existing carrier plans to save money. The HomeCel 1000 cellular phone may save customers money by using an existing cellular package for cordless home telephone use, while not eliminating the convenience of a home cordless telephone product.

The HomeCel 1000 is a patented all-in-one home cellular device that also offers PSTN (landline) connectivity. The HomeCel 1000 device is intended for use in various environments, including homes, small offices, and long-term vacation houses. This cellular-based platform, two-line desktop telephone (one line cellular, one line telephone) is aimed at the fast-paced convergence of wireless services into the home telephone market. With the wide-spread "cutting-cord" trend in the industry, the HomeCel is poised to sensationalize the market with the advent of this unique consumer-friendly device that is truly "Plug-n-Play." The unit also increases cellular signal strength while offering multiple cordless handsets for use in home and small office environments.

Hide Kanakubo, CEO of Waxess Inc., said, "We are very excited and honored to have the largest wireless carrier support Waxess USA with the ability to activate units on its network. The HomeCel enables the end user to have multiple choices for home communication customization in the most economical way. HomeCel and its family of products pave the way for U.S. consumers to have a home-centric communication apparatus that provides them many unique features and utilities."

About Waxess USAWaxess USA Inc., located in Newport Beach, CA, has been conducting research and development of cellular and landline convergence products since its inception. Waxess has extensive experience in the manufacturing of cellular and cordless telephones but the HomeCel is the first cordless phone capable of combining cellular and landline services in one user friendly device. The HomeCel will help lead the way for the fixed-wireless convergence in the United States with this unique and extremely simple cordless telephone device. For more information about Waxess USA visit www.waxessusa.com.

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