SOURCE: ASI Entertainment Inc.

September 14, 2007 09:04 ET

SafeCell In-Flight Cell Phone System Flight Tested

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - September 14, 2007) - ASI Entertainment Inc. (OTCBB: ASIQ) announced today that it has flight tested SafeCell, the company's patent-pending in-flight cell phone system.

Ron Chapman, ASI's CEO, stated, "The SafeCell flight test was a world first using a completely portable test kit that required no approval or hardware interfaced to the aircraft systems. The test was conducted on a corporate aircraft over two, one-hour flights. Cell phones were housed in the SafeCell-shielded leather pouches to prevent them from interfering with the aircraft or ground networks. We used suction caps to attach an aviation-certified 3-inch antenna to the aircraft window and connected it via the Iridium global satellite constellation. The SafeCell software connects the cell phone via Bluetooth and WiFi as they are documented or certified as safe for use in aircraft. All SMSs transmitted were delivered.

"From the flight test we recognised that SafeCell's SMS service is not only an ideal low-cost solution for airlines, but also for corporate jet passengers and pilots.

"The portable demonstrator is the size of a small briefcase and was created as an easy way for an airlines and now corporate jets, to flight test the system."

A SafeCell system will start from $10K and each SMS will cost as little as 25 cents. The system can also accommodate VoIP if required, which will cost around $1.00 per minute.

The new flight demonstrator will be on display at the World Airlines Entertainment Association "WAEA" Exhibition and Conference held in Toronto 17th - 20th September.

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