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Motricity To Continue As The Provider Of Verizon Wireless'

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Motricity To Continue As The Provider Of Verizon Wireless'

Bellevue, USA - Motricity (Nasdaq:MOTR), a leading provider of mobile Internet services, announced that it will continue to work with Verizon Wireless to deliver personalized, relevant mobile experiences across the service provider's simple feature and 3G smartphone devices. Powered by Motricity's award-winning mCore Platform, Verizon Wireless will continue to offer its customers a personalized mobile Internet browsing experience with the content and information they want most, while making it quick and easy to use the web on their mobile phones.

Today's announcement extends Motricity's multi-year relationship with Verizon Wireless. Verizon Wireless plans to deliver this enhanced mobile Internet experience through Verizon Mobile Web, Verizon's default mobile portal that features an intuitive navigation wheel for quick access to a variety of content channels and a customizable, real time updated homepage that allows customers to personalize their mobile Internet browsing experience into a single view that consists of the content that is most important to them. Users can easily access social media sites, email services, RSS feeds, news and entertainment, local content, weather sources, stock prices, favorite sports teams, ringtones, applications and music. Motricity's relationship with Verizon Wireless includes key components of the platform's suite of services.

"More than ever, consumers want the ability to create a personalized mobile experience and quickly and easily access the content they want, when they want it," said Ryan Wuerch, chief executive officer and founder of Motricity. "We are committed to developing and providing innovative mobile Internet solutions that enhance the users' everyday lives."

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