SOURCE: Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc.

August 23, 2006 08:45 ET

Seamless Wi-Fi Corporate Update

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 23, 2006 -- Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc. (OTCBB: SLWF) today issued the following update on various corporate initiatives in process.

Seamless Wi-Fi and subsidiaries continue to make progress toward bringing new products and services to the market. The following are the most recent updates from Seamless Wi-Fi operating subsidiaries: Seamless Internet, Peer2Peer, and Skyy-Fi.

The Seamless Internet, Inc. subsidiary has completed final enclosure design molds for the S-XGen and manufacturing of the first run of enclosures will soon begin and be delivered for the initial twenty demo units over the next three weeks.

With the addition of increased functionality and new features to the S-XGen, Seamless development engineers are in the process of redesigning the circuit board for enhanced reliability and faster data exchange. The new S-XGen has increased internal memory, an onboard camera as well as more gaming buttons and a shock proof 20 Gigabyte hard drive. As a result of these upgrades, the price point for the S-XGen has increased to $799.00. We anticipate the first 1,000 ready for market units by December 1, 2006.

Seamless Peer2Peer, Inc.'s soon-to-be-launched Freek2Freek secure social web network will soon open the name reservations process to afford eager potential users the opportunity to reserve their screen and user names in advance of launch. Freek2Freek has been built from the ground-up to be safe and secure for users of any age and the company is actively reaching out to affinity groups that are looking to provide a robust and secure environment for their enthusiast communities. The secure backbone for Freek2Freek has also been locked down. Development of Phenom™ Version 3.0 continues and we anticipate the next internal beta iteration of Phenom will be available the over the next three weeks.

Seamless Skyy-Fi is eager for the release of its proprietary "SPN" technology. "SPN" secures Wi-Fi Internet surfing by encrypting the wireless data packets as they are transmitted from your Wi-Fi device (laptops, smart phones, etc.). We look to add the "SPN" technology to our product and service offering by mid-December of 2007. Seamless Skyy-Fi provides location-based Wi-Fi services provision for hotel and retail organizations from initial installation, integration, billing management and ongoing service, maintenance and technology upgrades. A copy of the recent white paper 'Courting the Business Traveler: Secure Wi-Fi Hotspot Provision Provides Hoteliers with Competitive Differentiation' is available upon registration at the www.slwf.net website.

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About Seamless Wi-Fi

Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc. (www.slwf.net) is based in Las Vegas, Nevada, with three operating subsidiaries: Seamless Skyy-Fi, Inc. (www.skyyfi.com), Seamless Peer2Peer, Inc. (www.seamlessp2p.net) and Seamless Internet (www.seamlessinternet.com).

Seamless Skyy-Fi is forging a network of Wi-Fi Hot Spots in targeted geographic and vertical markets across the country and has achieved initial success providing hotel and retail Wi-Fi hotspots. Seamless Skyy-Fi is also the developer of the software program that provides the Wi-Fi user a Secure Internet Browsing (SIB) that encrypts the user's Wi-Fi signal.

Seamless Peer2Peer develops Phenom™ Virtual Internet Extranet encryption software, which provides SOX and HIPAA-compliant secure peer mail, chat, file transfer, remote PC access, secure VoIP, video conferencing and white boarding in a two MB client download.

Seamless Internet offers high security hosting services for Seamless Peer2Peer and Skyy-Fi clients and is not available for general public hosting services. Seamless Internet is also manufacturing and marketing the S-XGen, combination phone & mini-computer.

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