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Sinpag's linkUall Introduces WAP-Enabled Online Collaboration

Sinpag International Inc.'s linkUall.com online collaboration tool is now available through wireless application protocol (WAP)-enabled devices.

linkUall filters relevant and new information for the user and delivers the highest priority data to the user's mobile phone. The initial screens show key elements from linkUall's Web site, and users can read new messages, respond to yes/no queries, agree to attend meetings, and place phone calls, all with a single keystroke.

Contact Sinpag, (646) 613-0098, www.linkuall.com.

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