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ATLANTA -- AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) today introduced a fully hosted, on-demand and comprehensive GPS-based workforce-management solution for business customers, TeleNav Track(TM) from TeleNav, Inc.

TeleNav Track is an affordable enterprise-grade application for companies of all sizes and includes multiple features, such as GPS-enabled location- tracking, mileage-tracking, wireless time sheets, alerts and detailed location-reporting to capture field data. A premium version of TeleNav Track is also available with features including wireless forms, dispatching, barcode- scanning support and voice and on-screen turn-by-turn GPS directions. Initially, TeleNav Track is available on the new BlackBerry(R) 8800 and HP iPAQ hw6920 Mobile Communicator, both of which have integrated GPS. TeleNav Track also offers enterprise organizations the option of full integration with back-office systems using Web services application programming interface (API) and other connectors.

"In today's competitive marketplace, companies with employees in the field need tools that will assist them in maximizing the productivity of their mobile workforces," said Jeff Bradley, vice president of AT&T Wireless Business Data Services. "TeleNav Track from AT&T is a powerful, yet economical and easy-to-use, wireless location-based services (LBS) solution with a wide range of capabilities that help our customers operate more efficiently, eliminate paperwork and provide a higher level of service to their clients."

"TeleNav Track is an easy-to-use GPS solution that organizations of all sizes and in all industries can take advantage of to improve operations," said Dr. H.P. Jin, TeleNav president, CEO and co-founder. "We have developed TeleNav Track to meet the needs of all types of businesses and to leverage wireless technology that organizations already depend on for excellence in communications. Now, AT&T business and government wireless customers have the ability to maximize their mobile services even further."

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T)

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