GoAmerica Improves Wireless Technology for Palm and Windows CE Devices

Version 2.0 Provides Faster Throughput, Integrated Messaging and Customizable Home Pages

GoAmerica Communications Corp., a nationwide wireless Internet service provider and a wholly-owned subsidiary of GoAmerica, Inc. (Nasdaq:GOAM), today announced an upgrade of its Go.Web(TM) technology on Palm(TM) and Windows CE devices, adding features that enhance users' experiences with the service.

Version 2.0 integrates email and a Web browser in the same interface and improves overall performance when accessing the Internet wirelessly. The Palm client also allows the user to read normally unsupported Microsoft Word documents sent as file attachments to email. The Windows CE client allows the user to change the image quality of graphics for frequently accessed Web pages in order to improve the speed of access and reduce the cost of service for those customers on variable rate price plans.

"Giving customers wireless Web access anytime, anywhere and in the format they want has always been our strategy," said Aaron Dobrinsky, president and chief executive officer of GoAmerica, Inc. "We are empowering Palm and Windows CE users with portable, unedited Web access and features that make maximum use of those platforms. Today's upgrade clearly reinforces GoAmerica's commitment to meeting the personalized information needs of a truly mobile society."

Pricing begins at $9.95. To subscribe, contact GoAmerica at 888-462-4600 or www.goamerica.net. For live demonstrations, visit GoAmerica at Spring Comdex (booth No. 2458) in Chicago on April 18-20, 2000.

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