Amp'd Mobile unveils multiplayer wireless game using location based services
Amp'd Mobile, along with partner LivePlanet, will offer gamers an exclusive sneak peak at the highly anticipated game PhoneTag at E3 2006.

The first massively multiplayer wireless game (M.M.W.G.) using location based services (LBS), PhoneTag uses wireless technology to pit players against each other in a spy-themed game played in the real world for cash and prizes. At E3, 30 players will compete against each other in a live game where they become both the hunter and hunted. This groundbreaking game will be seen first hand by the masses at E3, with 5 games to be played during the three-day convention.

Amp'd Mobile is the first integrated mobile entertainment company for youth, young professionals and early adopters, and the only 3G carrier in the US specifically targeting that demographic. By leveraging the power of broadband wireless (EVDO), Amp'd Mobile offers traditional services such as voice and text within a completely fresh user interface designed specifically for the "mobile graduate" and third-generation (3G) technology. With a myriad of customizable options to meet each person's individual needs, as well as strategic alliances with top entertainment properties, such as MTVN and Universal Music Group, Amp'd Mobile brings a more relevant, personal experience to the wireless lifestyle with unique music, video, community, entertainment, sports and gaming offerings divided into various channels for quick and easy access.

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