SOURCE: Los Angeles World Airports

March 27, 2007 15:10 ET

MEDIA ADVISORY: Los Angeles and LA/Ontario International Airports Announce Wi-Fi Service Available With Enhanced Security Features for Travelers

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 27, 2007 --

WHAT:    Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and T-Mobile will jointly
         "cut the wire" by announcing the launch of T-Mobile HotSpot
         service throughout Los Angeles International (LAX) and LA/Ontario
         International (ONT) airports. In conjunction with the
         announcement, T-Mobile and LAWA staff will hold an onsite
         demonstration of the service at LAX using the latest consumer
         Wi-Fi devices.

         T-Mobile will provide "curb to nose" Wi-Fi wireless broadband
         access in all terminals and public areas of LAX and ONT airports
         including the ticket counters, restaurants, boarding gates and
         baggage claim. Spanning more than 3.8 million square feet
         including the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT), the
         T-Mobile Hotspot deployment at LAX is one of the largest Wi-Fi
         hotspots in the country.

         From the outside curb to the nose of the aircraft, travelers
         will now have the convenience to check e-mail, surf the Web and
         make the best use of their downtime between flights -- while
         keeping their information secure. T-Mobile Hotspot is the only
         U.S. carrier network using Wireless Protected Access (WPA) with
         802.1X security technology, providing one of the highest degrees
         of Wi-Fi security commercially available.

WHEN:    Wednesday, March 28, 2007
         10 a.m. - 11 a.m. PDT

WHERE:   Los Angeles International Airport
         Terminal 4 Baggage Claim
         Lower Level

WHO:     Karen Tozer, LAWA Concessions Manager
         Mike Smith, T-Mobile National Transportation Venue Manager

VISUALS: T-Mobile and LAWA executives will be available onsite for
         comment. Demonstrations of T-Mobile HotSpot service will also
         be available on various consumer devices including Wi-Fi-enabled
         cameras and smart phones such as the T-Mobile Dash.  T-Mobile
         staff will distribute free one-day passes to travelers.
         Passengers will log on while in the terminal.

PARKING: Media may park in Vendor Parking Lot 4 across from Terminal 4.

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