OmniSky to Provide Content for Thehealthchannel.com

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Thehealthchannel.com, a Web site offering interactive health management products for consumers and professionals, said yesterday in a prepared statement that it has signed an agreement with OmniSky Corp. to become its health content partner.


OmniSky, Palo Alto, CA, provides a wireless solution that enables subscribers to access and navigate the Internet, send and receive e-mail and securely conduct e-commerce transactions over hand-held mobile devices. Included with the service is an easy-to-use wireless Internet portal, designed for use with hand-held mobile devices, that organizes information into various categories, including entertainment, finance, news, shopping, sports, travel and local information.


"Mobile and wireless communications are the next big step in the growth of the Internet, promising new applications and services that will change the way people live and work," said Donald J. Shea, president/CEO and treasurer of thehealthchannel.com, TK. "We look forward to working with OmniSky and to leveraging their accomplished wireless solution to increase thehealthchannel.com's loyal and satisfied customer base among mobile consumers/users/individuals."
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