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BostonCoach Launches Wireless Service

LCT Staff
Posted on May 23, 2002

BostonCoach announced the launch of its new wireless service, go coach!, a service that enables BostonCoach Web customers to manage their reservations through any Web-enabled phone or personal digital assistant (PDA). With the new service, customers can make, cancel or modify reser-vations, receive confirmations, view itineraries and confirm pick-up instructions.

As part of the launch of the new service, BostonCoach also announced that go coach! is one of four travel applications integrated into the MyPalm protal, accessible via the new Palm i705 wireless handheld as part of the Palm.Net wireless service.

?We are very excited to be the first company in our industry to offer anytime, anywhere access,? said Russ Cooke, president of BostonCoach. ?As business travelers continue to use personal technology to facilitate their travel, our new wireless service will provide customers with unprecedented levels of convenience and accessiblity to our services.?

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