November 20, 2007 11:36 ET

SiriCOMM, Inc.'s Wireless Network Service Has Been Disconnected

JOPLIN, MO--(Marketwire - November 20, 2007) - SiriCOMM, Inc. (OTCBB: SIRC) today announced that ViaSat, Inc., SiriCOMM's core network and internet provider, turned off the connectivity between the SiriCOMM network nodes, effectively disabling SiriCOMM's entire wireless network. The network will remain inactive pending resolution of certain key issues, including non-payment. "We are very disappointed at the actions taken by ViaSat and we are continuing to work diligently to remedy the situation," said Mark Grannell, President and CEO of SiriCOMM, Inc.

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SiriCOMM is an application service provider specializing in wireless Internet connectivity and productivity applications tailored to the transportation industry. By providing both network access and a robust application host platform, SiriCOMM delivers a responsive and convenient way for all industry stakeholders to interact with information needed on a regular basis. The company uses Wi-Fi technologies to create hot spots at locations convenient to highway travel. More information including network locations is available at

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