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Unity Wins 4G Deal

Unity Wireless wins 4G development deal from North American Fortune 500 wireless manufacturer

July 5, 2007

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BELLINGHAM, Wa. -- Unity Wireless Corporation (OTCBB: UTYW) today announced that it has been selected by one of North America’s largest wireless manufacturers to develop a new 4G, WiMax-like (UMB – Ultra Mobile Broadband) mobile high speed data product for use in the client’s latest mobile broadband base station line, now under development. Unity received the purchase order for the first phase of this program earlier this week.

Rick Byrd, Vice President, Sales for Unity’s OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) group commented, "Mobile broadband, or 4G, is the next big push in the wireless industry. Unity is now involved in several of the potential protocols, including WiMax and UMB (Ultra Mobile Broadband). This latest opportunity is a scheduled development that will start with prototype phases, moving to limited production deployment and test in the Fall of 2007, with full production deliveries anticipated for early ’08."

Nissim Atias, President and COO of Unity Wireless, said, "We are very please with this win and the potential of this client’s project to position Unity as a strong player in the growing Wi-Max related technology business. The OEM projects, like this one, that we are now involved in have the potential, once the manufacturer’s base station line is successful, to migrate into significant, recurring revenue orders for this client and its licensees."

Unity Wireless Corp.

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