SOURCE: CoConnect, Inc.

June 02, 2005 08:30 ET

CoConnect, Inc. Announces Largest Wireless Mesh Network in the United States Now Operational

SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 2, 2005 -- CoConnect, Inc. (OTC: CNTI), the developer of ultra high-speed wireless Internet access, VoIP and IPTV/VoD products, is pleased to announce that its Ultra High-Speed Mobile Wireless Mesh Network in St. George, Utah, is now operational. The initial Mesh Network is installed, operational and communication between the antennas or nodes is working. An additional 100+ nodes will be installed throughout the balance of the St. George area, completing the largest Mobile Mesh Network in the United States.

CoConnect is now officially offering its service to customers in the initial Mesh Network. Testing will continue on the Network for approximately two weeks at which time 45Mbps of Bandwidth will be deployed over the Mesh. During the two-week testing period, CoConnect's engineers will be installing a Carrier Class Backbone Network that will support the deployment of the additional 100 nodes and will allow CoConnect the ability to service up to 50,000 new customers in the St. George area. The Metro Mesh Network offers residential service plans from $19.95 per month for 256K, $34.95 up to 5Mbps, and pricing packages for up to 45Mbps.

CoConnect will provide its customers with complete mobility within the Metro Mesh Network. CoConnect's broadband high-speed wireless network is capable of carrying telephone calls to anywhere in the world (VoIP), Video-on-Demand (VoD), IP-TV (Internet Television), Home Security, and many other new technologies which require ultra high-speed data transmission capabilities.

In speaking of the Metro Mesh Wireless Network, Tim Thayne, CEO of CoConnect, said, "We are very excited to see our Wireless Mesh Network operational and communicating. Two years of hard work are paying off for our shareholders, employees and ultimately for the residents of St. George, Utah. Residents of the St. George Community will for the first time have access to services such as Ultra High-Speed Internet, VoIP, IP-TV and Video on Demand, surf the Internet, watch TV and Movies, or talk on the phone while sitting at the park, or a son's baseball game."

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