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The Newswire

In this section you can catch up on the latest news, press releases and statements from PageOne. For a complete listing of all news, please see the Newswire Archive.

15/12/2006

Unication appoint TH Comms

TH Communications, a wholly owned subsidiary of PageOne, the UK’s foremost supplier of wireless messaging technology and services has been appointed as the Authorised European Service Centre for Unication pagers. The announcement will see TH Communications manage all warranty repairs for Unications European customers, and will establish TH Communications as Unication’s recommended European Service Centre for all paging repairs and refurbishments.

13/12/2006

PageOne offers SMS text messaging to UK Army

As of today, British soldiers, their superiors and their families will all be able to communicate using a technology most of us take for granted – SMS text messaging. The two-way text messaging service will be run through ArmyNET, the Army’s secure web portal, (www.armynet.mod.uk) and is provided by PageOne, the UK’s foremost supplier of wireless SMS messaging technology and services.

22/11/2006

PageOne provide Keynote speaker at EMMA

Chris Jones, Managing Director of PageOne, provided an assessment of the critical messaging market in the light of the recent reports from the 7/7 Committee and London Resilience Forum. Conference debated the use of both SMS and paging technologies to provide critical messaging in times of national or local emergencies, and agreed with many of the reports conclusions.

06/11/2006

ArmyNET to trial PageOne’s Text Messaging Solution

As of today, British soldiers, their superiors and their families will all be able to communicate using a technology most of us take for granted – SMS text messaging. The two-waytext messaging service will be run through ArmyNET, the Army’s secure web portal, (www.armynet.mod.uk) and is provided by PageOne, the UK’s foremost supplier of wireless SMS messaging technology and services.

03/11/2006

PageOne Presents Keynote Session

The session titled: ‘Addressing the Challenges for Mobile Messaging in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Management Applications’ outlined the role of SMS critical messaging within organisations dealing with business continuity planning. The presentation also explained why SMS messaging has become part of many organisations’ communication plans.

03/10/2006

7/7 Bombings Report – Lessons Learnt

The recently announced London Regional Resilience Report into the events of the July 7th 2005 bombings, once again highlighted the outstanding response of the police and emergency services to the tragic events of that day. The report brings into sharp focus the additional strain under which these services had to operate due to an over reliance on mobile phones to communicate during the emergency.

15/09/2006

Text Messaging Integration Made Easy

PageOne, the UK’s foremost supplier of wireless messaging technology and services, today announces the launch of its new online community website for software developers, Oventus.com (www.oventus.com).

15/06/2006

PageOne Retains Preferred Supplier Status

PageOne, the UK’s foremost supplier of wireless messaging technology and services, today announces it has retained its coveted position as a preferred paging and messaging specialist to the Public Sector. The announcement is part of the OGCbuying.solutions frameworks agreement update programme.

15/05/2006

Kingston Communications To Offer PageOne’s Connect

Advanced web-based desktop SMS text messaging is to be made available to business customers of Kingston Communications, thanks to a partnership announced today with PageOne. PageOne’s industry leading Connect product will be re-branded and integrated by Kingston Communications to allow its customers to send and receive text messages to clients and colleagues directly from their Kingston Communications account.

Texting Pilot for surgery

May Lane Surgery’s ‘text messaging’ pilot programme to increase awareness of the availability of free, confidential, sexual medical advice to help reduce teenage pregnancy, has been such a resounding success that the surgery is now moving into the second stage of the pilot programme.