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Susteen's "DataPilot" bypasses carrier fees
Posted: 23-May-2006 [Source: Susteen]

["myDataPilot" website lets users bookmark images from anywhere on the Web and transfer them to their mobile plus download ringtones and wallpapers without carrier fees.]

Irvine, CA -- Susteen, Inc. has launched "DataPilot Images" service on its "myDataPilot" website allowing users to bookmark images from anywhere on the Web and transfer those images to their mobile phones. The "myDataPilot" site is a destination where cell phone and PC users can easily back up and restore their cellular phonebook information anytime, anywhere and download a wide variety of ringtones and wallpapers to personalize their handsets.

For example, users can search the Internet for images of their favorite celebrity, bookmark the chosen image and then transfer it to the phone to set as the wallpaper, bypassing usual carrier SMS fees and restrictions.

The site currently features (1) an Address Book section where users can back up their cell phone address book contacts and easily restore them to a new handset in case they lose, damage or change their cell phone, (2) a Wireless Content section with popular ringtones and wallpapers for order, as well as, (3) a Member Content section with free ringtones and pictures that other members have uploaded.

"'MyDataPilot' will serve as an important destination for both active business professionals interested in protecting their cell phone content and all consumers wishing to individualize their cell phones," explains Rich Sootkoos, Executive Vice President of Susteen. "This latest addition of 'DataPilot Images' brings the widest selection of images to users and completely opens up the options for the individualization of the cell phone."

Susteen recently launched "DataPilot Pix 'n Tunes," a revolutionary tool that is specially designed to assist in the free transfer of ringtones and pictures between the user's PC and over 200 of the most popular cell phone models in the market, bypassing any carrier fees or restrictions. "Pix 'n Tunes" also allows users to back up their cell phone pictures to alleviate the lasting pain of relieving the pictures trapped in their camera phones. "Pix 'n Tunes" includes an MP3 editor, enabling users to create thousands of custom ringtones from audio files stored on PC. "Pix 'n Tunes'" newest CD Ripping feature allows users to clip and edit songs from a favorite CD and then set them as the ringtone.

"DataPilot Pix 'n Tunes" is now shipping at major retailers, including Fry's Electronics, Best Buy and others through Tessco Technologies for $39.95. It includes six phone connectors and one PC connector. Minimum system requirements include Microsoft Windows 98 (Second Edition Only), 2000, ME, XP; Pentium 100 MHz or higher CPU; 32MB minimum RAM; 60MB of available disk space; 800 x 600 or higher resolution, 8-bit -- 256 colors or higher; USB port; and a CD-ROM drive.

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