Axesstel Modem Expands Hamilton's 1xEV-DO Wireless Broadband In North American Mid-West Market

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Hamilton Provides High-Speed Data Service to Consumers and Small Businesses with Axesstel's EV-DO Modem

Axesstel Modem Expands Hamilton’s 1xEV-DO Wireless Broadband In North American Mid-West MarketSAN DIEGO, CA - October 20, 2005 - Axesstel, Inc. (AMEX: AFT), a leader in the design and development of fixed wireless voice and broadband data products, today announced that Hamilton Telecommunications, a premier provider of high speed and dial up Internet services in Nebraska, has purchased Axesstel's AXW-D1900 Wireless Broadband Modem. Hamilton has begun offering high-speed data services over their CDMA2000 1xEV-DO network with Axesstel's D1900 modem to consumers, small businesses and vertical markets through and other distribution channels.

"The Axesstel wireless broadband modem is quick and easy to install and use. It will allow us to expand the geographical footprint of our 3G CDMA 1xEV-DO wireless Internet service," said Dan Molliconi, vice president and manager of Internet services for Hamilton Telecommunications.

Hamilton is the only 3G provider in the markets they serve. Axesstel's D1900 modem combined with Hamilton's CDMA2000 1xEV-DO service provides a superior high-speed solution to customers who have few or no high-speed communication alternatives. Customers can also network multiple computers for broadband access throughout the home or office.

"Our first-to-market EV-DO fixed wireless modem has allowed us to enter the North American market and increase our market penetration in regions we currently serve," said Mike Kwon, chairman and CEO for Axesstel. "We welcome Hamilton as one of our first North American customers and look forward to working with them to provide their clients with a superior broadband service option."

Features of the AXW-D1900 include:

  • 1xEV-DO data rates up to 2.4 Mbps download and 153.6 Kbps upload
  • Ethernet interface with RJ-45 port
  • LAN and WLAN support
  • Two antennas for receiver diversity
  • 4 LED indicators
  • Web-based manager

Hamilton Telecommunications is a premier provider of high-speed and dial up Internet services to residents and businesses in Nebraska. Incorporated in 1901, Hamilton's complete range of services include telephone, long distance, internet, computers and networking, cable television service, contact center services and telecommunications relay services. For more information on Hamilton Telecommunications, visit


Axesstel (AMEX: AFT) is a leader in the design and development of fixed wireless voice and broadband data products. Axesstel's product portfolio includes fixed wireless desktop phones, payphones, voice/data terminals and broadband modems for access to voice calling and high-speed data services. Axesstel delivers innovative fixed wireless solutions, currently based on 3G Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) technology, to leading telecommunications operators and distributors worldwide. Axesstel is headquartered in San Diego, California and has a research and development center and manufacturing facilities in Seoul, South Korea. For more information on Axesstel, visit

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"Safe Harbor" Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: With the exception of historical information, the statements set forth above include forward-looking statements relating to market penetration and conditions; product capabilities and the supply of fixed wireless equipment to Hamilton which may affect future results and the future viability of Axesstel. Axesstel wishes to caution readers that actual results could differ materially from those suggested by the forward-looking statements due to risks and uncertainties and a number of important risk factors. Those factors include but are not limited to unforeseen manufacturing difficulties; unanticipated component shortages; competitive pricing pressures; and the risk factors noted in Axesstel's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, such as the rapidly changing nature of technology and frequent introductions of new products and enhancements by competitors; the competitive nature of the markets for Axesstel's products; product and customer mix; Axesstel's need to gain market acceptance for its products; the risks of primary dependence on one large customer; potential intellectual property-related litigation; Axesstel's need to attract and retain skilled personnel; and Axesstel's primary reliance on its sole contract manufacturer.

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