SBC FreedomLink WiFi service now available at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

July 23, 2004

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CLEVELAND -- SBC Communications Inc. (NYSE: SBC) today announced that SBC FreedomLink Wi-Fi service has launched at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, increasing the service's rapidly growing nationwide availability.

During a special event at the airport, Cleveland Mayor Jane L. Campbell welcomed the FreedomLink service, which will be available at all gates, ticket counters and baggage claim areas through more than 30 Wi-Fi Internet access points. The SBC FreedomLink service enables customers to use laptop computers and personal digital assistants to wirelessly connect to the Internet and corporate networks at speeds 50 to 100 times faster than a dial-up connection.

"In providing this service to our customers we further solidify Hopkins' position as one of the top airports in our nation," said John C. Mok, director of port control. "We applaud SBC for making this possible without expense to the airport."

"We are delighted to add Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to our FreedomLink Wi-Fi network," said Lauren McCadney, SBC assistant vice president for Wi-Fi market strategy. "Travelers will immediately benefit by using our affordable and reliable Wi-Fi service here and at more than 2,000 other locations nationwide."

SBC Communications Inc.

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