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Share This Board Moderated By: OverUnder -- (Not Moderated) -- Started: 6/4/1999 2:02:00 AM  Revision History's IPO is expected to take place around June 10th.

Offering Size: 4,000,000 shares of common stock; all by the Company.

Price: $10.00 - $12.00

We are a leading provider of software that enables the delivery of Internet-based services to mass-market wireless telephones. Using our software, network operators can provide Internet-based services to their wireless subscribers, and wireless telephone manufacturers can turn their mass-market wireless telephones into mobile Internet appliances. Wireless subscribers thus have access to Internet- and corporate intranet-based services, including email, news, stocks, weather, travel and sports. In addition, subscribers have access via their wireless telephones to network operators' intranet-based telephony services, which may include over-the-air activation, call management, billing history information, pricing plan subscription and voice message management. Our software platform consists of the UP.Link Server Suite, which is installed on network operators' systems, and UP.Browser, which is embedded in wireless telephones.

We were a pioneer in the convergence of the Internet and mobile telephony. To provide a worldwide standard for the delivery of Internet-based services over mass-market wireless telephones, we formed the Wireless Application Protocol Forum in close cooperation with co-founders Ericsson, Motorola and Nokia. In April 1998, the WAP Forum published technical specifications for application development and product interoperability, substantial portions of which are based on our technology and on Internet standards. Over 100 leading network operators, telecommunications device and equipment manufacturers, and software companies worldwide have joined the WAP Forum as of May 1999.

We focus on selling our UP.Link Server Suite and related technical support to network operators to enable them to offer a variety of wireless Internet-based services to their subscribers. The UP.Link Server Suite includes (1) a means of exchanging data between the Internet and mass-market wireless telephones, commonly referred to as a gateway; (2) a service platform that performs subscriber management and service provisioning functions and communicates with the network operator's customer care and billing systems; and (3) Internet-based wireless applications such as email and personal information management software. As of May 1999, 24 network operators have licensed our software and have commenced or announced commercial service or are in market or laboratory trials. Our current network operator customers include:

x AT&T Wireless Services
x Bell Atlantic Mobile
x Bell Mobility
x DDI Corporation
x Deutsche Telekom Mobilnet
x France Telecom Mobile
x GTE Wireless
x IDO Corporation
x LG TeleCom
x Nextel
x Omnitel
x Orange
x Telecom Italia Mobile
x Telenor
x Telstra

The UP.Browser is a browser and messaging software product that is specifically designed for mass-market wireless telephones.
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Seems like an impressive client list, but revenues are still minimal. Is this dog going to hunt?
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ReplyMessage PreviewFromRecsDate --> Openwave --> Unwired Planet, Inc. (NASDAQ: UPIP) It's bEric L-02/01/2013 10:21 AM
1079PHCM is now OPWV. Jack Hartmann-11/24/2000 07:40 PM
1078Man they really need to BAG some of these. And let the REAL leaders emerge. HomeBoy Security-11/13/2000 10:18 AM
1077Pretty streaky stock, I expect it to be in the 90's again soon enough... neverenough-10/23/2000 10:44 PM
1076I got back in last week at 102, out today at 104. Oh well, on to the next trade. neverenough-10/23/2000 10:40 PM
1075Last July, just about this amt of time after earnings, the stock of Phone was riVictor Lazlo-10/23/2000 08:19 PM
1074Humph (or is that humf?)--So much for the Barron's effect! (PHCM down 11 asJohn Stichnoth-10/23/2000 02:56 PM, Palm Among Picks of Pimco's McKechnie, Barron's Says 10/21/00neverenough-10/23/2000 12:31 AM
1072The sell-off here has also caught my eye. Have a GTC in at 65... siliconinvestoneverenough-10/12/2000 07:49 PM
1071wow md- what happened today? Overall mkt blues? It sure has held up well thougVictor Lazlo-10/12/2000 07:44 PM
1070Hi Vic...long time no I remember you from the idtc or tbr boards?? I&#md1derful-10/12/2000 09:04 AM
1069Motorola let the dogs out... N Nick-10/11/2000 11:30 PM
1068goooood one, dude! Victor Lazlo-10/11/2000 09:56 PM
1067Who Let The Dogs Out!! 10K a day-10/11/2000 02:52 PM
1066PHCM is active in many countries. Also Belgium? Well, they don't ignore smalmiddle-of-nowhere-09/26/2000 12:28 PM
1065The wireless internet: what a promise. You are not alone, by the way. I bought middle-of-nowhere-09/26/2000 12:09 PM
1064From WSC,'s considerable rise last week was primarily attributabneverenough-09/26/2000 01:50 AM
1063I really don't think it's any new news. Just investors realizing the poNick-09/25/2000 08:38 PM
1062PHCM went up sharply in the last few days. There were no posts here or on other middle-of-nowhere-09/25/2000 11:02 AM
1061Interview with Phone.Com Exec  shuebert-09/07/2000 11:09 PM
1060• Tying the knot: A merger this week between two high-flying software companiesms.smartest.person-08/13/2000 06:49 PM beefs up for big pitch By mixing a multibillion-dollar merger with thms.smartest.person-08/12/2000 01:20 AM
1058 Cisco Watch: Are the brains draining? After Don Listwin left Cisco Systems (Nms.smartest.person-08/12/2000 12:24 AM
1057PHCM's pre-market trading was all over the place. But it's obvious the Nick-08/09/2000 09:51 AM
1056Actually based on the deal, PHCM is acquiring w/ ~17% premium. So allen menglin chen-08/09/2000 09:04 AM
1055This is unreal...I'm still trying to figure out what this means for PHCM shaNick-08/09/2000 08:09 AM
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