SOURCE: AirTouch Communications, Inc.

AirTouch Communications, Inc.

September 12, 2011 09:30 ET

AirTouch® Communications, Inc. CEO Is Interviewed for the Conservative Speculator Report

Details Financing, Products, and Plans for U.S. and Globally

NEWPORT BEACH, CA--(Marketwire - Sep 12, 2011) - AirTouch® Communications, Inc. (OTCBB: ATCH) ( announced that CEO Hideyuki Kanakubo was interviewed by Larry Oakley for his Conservative Speculator financial newsletter. The interview is available at

In the interview, Kanakubo said that AirTouch provides a unique combination of cordless telephone technology and wireless signal amplification which enables users to access a full range of wireless services in the home or office over existing cellular wireless networks. Kanakubo referenced the market statistics that approximately 87 percent of mobile data services take place in the home or office and more than 70 percent of voice calls are initiated from the home or office, and in terms of market potential for home and office centric communication device that utilizes the wireless technology as its enabling technology, the pent up demand for AirTouch products will be strong for wireless signal challenged areas and emerging countries that do not have landline infrastructure.

In addition to the U.S. market, Kanakubo said that AirTouch's largest markets are the BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) and the N-11, or Next 11 countries that are expected to develop leading economies. Kanakubo noted that the World Health Organization estimates that more than 2 billion people in these countries will move into the income bracket over the next five to ten years that will demand access to voice, Internet and entertainment services but have scarce landline-based infrastructure. Kanakubo noted that wireless technology is the logical and most economical choice for this population segment to access those services and applications, and AirTouch devices can cost-effectively bridge the gap between the closest point of communication service access and the end consumer.

Kanakubo said that AirTouch's product can do practically everything that a mobile cellular phone can do but at up to 10 times the signal strength. Kanakubo pointed out that up to 26 percent of the U.S. population is located in areas where the wireless signal is unreliable. He noted that signal amplification is done through the base rather than the handset, which also results in less potential health risk from long-term exposure to the user. The handset operates at up to 900 feet from the base unit.

AirTouch's product is currently marketed by some of the predominant national wireless carriers through their indirect agent channel, Kanakubo added. The company holds three U.S. patents and, has four patents pending for its technology.

Kanakubo said that AirTouch was founded by himself and a group of other former Uniden executives who saw that the migration of landline subscribers to cellular and alternative communications services would create an opportunity for cellular cordless phones for homes, small offices, and retail establishments.

Kanakubo noted that AirTouch recently closed on $12 million in a PIPE financing that will be used for R&D activities, marketing, and working capital, as well as general corporate purposes. The company changed its name from Waxess Holdings, Inc. to AirTouch Communications, Inc. on July 21, 2011.

About AirTouch® Communications, Inc.

AirTouch® Communications, Inc. is engaged in the development and marketing of patented telecommunications devices capable of converging traditional landline, cellular and data services and much more. We currently hold three patents for our unique combination of cordless telephone technology and wireless signal amplification which enables consumers and business to access voice, high speed video, and data over the cellular wireless network. For further information about AirTouch Communications, please visit the website at

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