Auteo Media, Inc. (OTC BB: AUTM), a leader in online data and communication solutions for the auto industry, today announced that its subsidiary, TYSA Corporation, has signed an agreement with AT&T Wireless Services, Inc. (NYSE: AWE - news), an operator of one of the world's largest digital wireless networks for voice and data communications, to become a Data Solutions Provider.

Under terms of the agreement, Auteo Media will join AT&T Wireless' Data Solutions Program, and will provide subscribers to its and network with AT&T Wireless' PocketNet Internet access and cellular phones.

"Our customers need rapid, accessible wireless access to customer inquiries whether it be by phone or e-mail," said Steve Van Leeuwen, President and Chief Executive Officer of Auteo Media. "Wireless is a key element of the long-term customer relationship management strategy. By selecting AT&T Wireless as a strategic supplier of wireless digital services for our and networks, we are positioning Auteo Media to offer world-class service."

AT&T Digital PocketNet service provides unlimited wireless access to over 40 wireless Internet web sites when customers purchase one of two new wireless Internet phones and sign up for any AT&T Wireless Services digital voice plan, and is the only nationwide wireless carrier offering flat-rate pricing for wireless data services.

"The growing popularity of Internet communications allows traditional business to find new ways to stand out from their competition," continued Van Leeuwen. "The Pocket Auto network extends the car dealership's ability to communicate immediately with customers by email and voice, improve customer service and help optimize the value of every customer interaction."

Through the network, introduced in July 2000, auto dealers will be able to communicate with consumers via the Internet utilizing digital cellular phones or personal digital assistants (PDAs). The Pocket Auto network will allow consumers to view significant data about a vehicle, such as make, model, pricing, dealership, etc., and enables dealer sales representatives to respond to customer inquiries within minutes. The Pocket Auto network offers auto dealerships a unique and powerful ability to conduct online transactions at any time and anywhere.

Subscribers to the Pocket Auto network will also have access to Auteo Media's database of automobiles available for sale. The database includes over 300,000 vehicles from over 6000 new and used car dealerships throughout the United States.

About Auteo Media, Inc.

Auteo Media, Inc., (OTC BB:AUTM) and its subsidiary TYSA Corporation are leading providers of online data and media solutions to buyers and sellers of autos and auto accessories. Auteo Media operates, and, providing one-stop convenience for consumers and dealers to locate and buy new and used vehicles. The company is developing, an automotive accessory e-commerce site and, a proprietary contact management system to help auto dealers maximize e-commerce customer interactions. Auteo Media works with over 6000 auto dealerships, auto parts suppliers and other commerce partners and is becoming one of the leading communications companies serving the automotive industry. For more information, visit

About AT&T Wireless Services

AT&T Wireless Services (NYSE: AWE - news) operates one of the largest digital wireless networks in North America. With more than 12.5 million subscribers, AT&T Wireless Services is committed to being the premier provider of high-quality wireless communications services, whether mobile or fixed, voice or data, to businesses or consumers, in the U.S. and internationally.

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