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VeriSign Launches Service That Automatically Backs Up Mobile

Monty Solomon (
Wed, 5 Apr 2006 22:59:21 -0500

VeriSign Launches Service That Automatically Backs Up Mobile
Phone Content
- Apr 5, 2006 08:30 AM (PR Newswire)

Cincinnati Bell Wireless First Carrier to Offer Solution That Replicates
Personal Data for Lost, Stolen or Damaged Phones

LAS VEGAS, CTIA Wireless 2006, April 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --
VeriSign, Inc. (Nasdaq: VRSN), the leading provider of intelligent
infrastructure services for the Internet and telecommunications
networks, today announced VeriSign Backup Plus, which instantly and
automatically backs up and restores personal data on mobile
phones. Cincinnati Bell (NYSE:CBB) will be the first carrier in the
world offering the hosted, self-care service.

VeriSign is committed to introducing new services and features that
elevate the mobile experience. VeriSign Backup Plus will initially
feature instant, over-the-air back up of contacts in mobile phone
address books, giving consumers peace-of-mind from knowing their data
is backed upon entry and easily retrievable if phones are lost, stolen
or damaged. Later this year, the service will back up mobile
calendars, pictures and video and audio content.


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