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Media Release

New DMTS Mobility Centre in Red Lake

We are happy to announce that DMTS has found a mobility dealer in Red Lake. The Computer Guy shall play host to DMTS Mobility Products and Services in Red Lake beginning Wednesday December 8th, 2010. This is very exciting and we are happy to have the friendly staff at the Computer Guy store on-board.

Stay tuned for more details.

DMTS Marketing and Sales.

DMTS and AT&T – Roaming agreement Signed

DMTS customers now have the ablility to make roaming phone calls (and text messages) on the AT&T mobility network. We are currently working with AT&T to finalize data roaming ablilities. If you have questions regarding DMTS roaming agreements please contact DMTS Customer Service at 807-223-1100 or toll free at 888-223-9818.

DMTS Switch and Save

DMTS would like to announce the “Switch and Save” option! Customers who switch from their existing provider, over to DMTS and are charged a cancellation fee can receive up to $150 in service credit (after providing proof of the charge on their final bill). No to mention, DMTS does not charge a System access fee on ANY DMTS monthly service plan; keeping your money, in your pocket! Questions? 807-223-1100 or 888-223-9818.

DMTS Adds Motorola Milestone!

New Arrival: https://www.dmts.biz/?page_id=2514

Be sure to check out the Motorola Milestone now available for sale at DMTS!

Features Include:

  • 5MP Camera with Photo editing software
  • Adobe Flash Player
  • Access to 1000’s of Apps on the Motorola Market
  • MP3 Player
  • 8 GB micro SD Card
  • Full Touch Screen + QWERTY Keyboard

Sign up on a 36 month Commitment with DMTS and get this amazing phone for $69! Northwest Ontario Connects … with DMTS!

DMTS adds Text to Landline

DMTS has added an additional text messaging feature which allows you to send text messages to home phones all over Canada and the US. You simply enter a landline number in the “TO” field of the text message, type their message and send it off. The message is then delivered to the home phone as a voice message. The home phone recipient can even respond back using their own voice. You will also receive a status text message telling you if the message was delivered to a live person or a voicemail system and a reply text message if the home phone recipient replies. This feature is free of charge for all DMTS customers.

Northwest Ontario Connects … with DMTS!!

Network Update

In the Dryden Area

New sites built in the North Dryden and Wabigoon Drive area are up and working. The 65

Princess street (CO) site downtown has been fitted with new antennas and is now working as

a sectored site. This has lead to a noticeable improvement in service in the Dryden area,

there still exists network issues which are being worked on. We have however distributed the

customer load from the Main Dryden and downtown site enough to alleviate the 3:30 to 4 PM

crash.

Work on other area sites was delayed slightly by the decision to place a temporary cell site at

the airport for the Air Show weekend. We are trying to bring in an additional outside tower

crew for next week to speed up our progress. Work will continue on our new Dinorwic site

next week and it is expected to be completed the week by June 4 with priority being given to

the wireless internet, cellular to be completed the week of June 7

Sectorizing the Highway 502 (landfill) and Barclay sites to improve range and capacity will

begin the week of May 31

June 7

Work on our Eagle Lake FN tower has commenced, the power line is in, the building is

nearing completion and as of today the first 60 feet of the tower is erected. All construction

should be completed June 4

equipment will be placed after that and our equipment on the TBAYtel tower will be relocated

to the DMTS tower.

th.st pending addition of another tower crew, otherwise the week ofth.th and hopefully hydro will be connected by that date. CellularImprovements in the Region

(providing we are able to add 1 outside tower crew for week of May 31)

Red Lake (water tower site) has been changed from an omni to a sectorized (3) site, this will

greatly improve service in the town. Network optimization is still on track to be completed in

the Red Lake area the week of May 31

Sioux Lookout area the week of June 21

Sioux Narrows, Rainy River, Morson sites are all on the DMTS microwave network now and

awaiting installation of cellular equipment. This also completes the Dryden to Fort Frances

(via Hwys 17 & 71) west portion of our microwave network. Completion of equipment

installation and turn up will be in the following order, Atikokan (town site), Sioux Narrows,

Rainy River and Morson, and is scheduled for early-mid June.

Completed cell sites located on the highway corridors between municipalities are functioning

as designed. Work on the remaining 4 Highway 11 sites between Atikokan and Shabaqua is

not expected to be completed until sometime in July and we are re-assessing our options for

additional cell sites to cover between Dinorwic and Ignace.

Further updates will be provided as information becomes available.

st , Fort Frances area the week of June 7th, and thest.

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Some Delay with Network Upgrade

Updating the information from April 22. As part of this upgrade it was determined that a replacement of antennas at all the Dryden sites was also going to be required. Equipment has been ordered however delay in shipping has caused us to amend the original time line.

In the Dryden Area

A new site is built in the North Dryden area but will not be operational until the week of May 24th. Another new site in south Dryden is also being built and will be operational the week of May 24th. In conjunction it has been determined that there is a need to upgrade the site downtown with new antennas which will be in place by the week of May 24th. All work has to be completed before any of the new sites can be activated. This will lead to noticeable improvement in service in the Dryden area.

Work continues on our new Dinorwic site and it is expected to be completed the week by May 31st. Work on our Eagle Lake FN tower has commenced and the physical tower construction should be completed the week of May 31st and cellular equipment will be placed after that.

Improvements in the Region

Network optimization is scheduled to be complete in the Fort Frances area the week of June 7th, the Red Lake area the week of May 31st and the Sioux Lookout area the week of June 21st.

Completion of equipment installation at the Sioux Narrows tower and the Atikokan (town) tower is scheduled for the end of May to early June.

Completed cell sites located on the highway corridors between municipalities are functioning as designed. Work on the remaining 4 Highway 11 sites between Atikokan and Shabaqua is not expected to be completed until sometime in July and we are re-assessing our options for additional cell sites to cover between Dinorwic and Ignace.

In the interim The Company has disabled site handoff in congested areas as this process needs to be refined during the optimization process. Threats to this schedule are primary related to weather as inclement weather delays tower related work.

Further updates will be provided as information becomes available.

DMTS Deals with Network Issues.

After reviewing the current network rollout and associated problems the following will be the position of DMTS as it relates to network operations.

In the Dryden Area

DMTS is experiencing network operational issues in Dryden. Our large customer base in the area and the larger than anticipated number of visiting cellular phones from our roaming partners attempting to access the network has caused some congestion. In order to address this situation DMTS is taking the following immediate action.

A new site is being built in the North Dryden area and will be operational the week of May 3rd. Another new site in south Dryden is also being built and will be operational the week of May 10th. This will lead to noticeable improvement in service in the Dryden area.

Work continues on our new Dinorwic site and it is expected to be completed the week of May 10th. Work on our Eagle Lake FN tower has commenced and the physical tower construction should be completed the week of May 24th and cellular equipment will be placed after that.

Improvements in the Region

Network optimization is scheduled to be complete in the Fort Frances area the week of May 17th, the Red Lake area the week of May 31st and the Sioux Lookout area the week of June 7th.

Completion of equipment installation at the Sioux Narrows tower and the Atikokan (town) tower is scheduled for the end of May.

Completed cellsites located on the highway corridors between municipalities are functioning as designed. Work on the remaining 4 Highway 11 sites between Atikokan and Shabaqua is not expected to be completed until sometime in July and we are re-assessing our options for additional cell sites to cover between Dinorwic and Ignace.

In the interim The Company has disabled site handoff in congested areas as this process needs to be refined during the optimization process. Threats to this schedule are primary related to weather as inclement weather delays tower related work.

Further updates will be provided as information becomes available.

Development: WMAD.