Enpocket completes acquisition of Landmat, provider of mobile community and content applications

October 18, 2004

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NEW YORK -- Enpocket, the leading mobile media solutions provider, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of Landmat, a global provider of mobile community and content applications. The new Enpocket provides its wide range of clients with integrated entertainment and marketing services that build and retain mobile audiences.

Enpocket provides applications and services to more than 50 mobile operators and 400 brands in the US, Europe and Asia, delivering mobile services that engage millions of consumers across its worldwide distribution network.

The company empowers clients to build deeper customer relationships and generate new revenues from mobile services through its unrivalled experience in the provision of quality entertainment, the creation of mobile communities, and the integrated uses of mobile marketing. In addition, Enpocket will continue to provide companies with mobile CRM services to retain and build stronger consumer relationships.

Jonathon Linner will continue to drive Enpocket's growth as Chief Executive Officer. Haukur Hardarson, previously CEO of Landmat, will join Enpocket's board of directors.

"Enpocket and Landmat have joined forces to create a new global force in mobile media. We can now deliver a complete service to clients by creating, distributing and marketing a wide range of mobile entertainment services. As the market matures the 'build it and they will come' approach will simply not work; consequently we are enabling our clients to drive user uptake through integrated marketing," said Jonathon Linner, CEO, Enpocket.



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