SurfKitchen Provides NTT DOCOMO On-Device Portal Solution

By Surfkitchen, PRNE
Tuesday, February 8, 2011

READING, England, February 9, 2011 - SurfKitchen today announced that it is working with NTT DOCOMO, INC.,
Japan's premier provider of leading-edge mobile voice, data and multimedia
services and one of the world's largest mobile communications operators, to
provide partner operators with an On-Device Portal solution, an innovative
platform for 3G mobile services and applications.

Building on NTT DOCOMO's continued success overseas, the SurfKit Mobile
Internet Platform will allow NTT DOCOMO Partner Operators to enjoy compelling
mobile internet applications via an On-Device Portal, that gives customers
quick and easy access to a range of mobile Internet services and applications
including mobile TV, social networking and games etc.

"NTT DOCOMO has an outstanding record of innovation in mobile
communications having led the world in network and service developments over
the last ten years," said Michel Quazza, chief executive officer,
SurfKitchen. "By collaborating with NTT DOCOMO and its associated partners,
we are able to help extend that record by providing a compelling experience
for the diverse range of mobile Internet services and applications that
subscribers are demanding. This is an exciting prospect and as the initial
deployments show, it really does have huge potential."

The SurfKit Mobile Internet Platform is designed to enable mobile
operators to deliver an intuitive and compelling experience to users across
an unrivalled range of handsets. It includes a sophisticated applications
storefront, application launcher and carrier-class mobile server which
enhance mobile application/service acquisition and usability. For more
information on the SurfKit Mobile Internet Platform, please visit:

About SurfKitchen

SurfKitchen is uniquely focused on providing mobile operators and their
partners with the ability to deliver the optimum mobile user experience for
mobile Internet applications and services. Optimizing the mobile user
experience allows mobile operators to build brand loyalty, reduce customer
churn and drive the uptake of mobile Internet applications and services,
resulting in increased mobile data ARPU.

SurfKitchen provides a Mobile Internet Platform that delivers a
personalized, compelling and intuitive on device experience for subscribers
to discover, acquire and use the broadest catalogue of mobile internet
applications and services on the widest range of smart phones and feature
phones including Symbian Series 60, Microsoft Mobile 5&6, Java J2ME MIDP2,
BREW 3.1.5, RIM BlackBerry and Android platforms.

SurfKitchen's solutions have been deployed by major operators throughout
the world including Orange Group, Telstra, Telefonica Moviles Espana, Maxis,
Cincinnati Bell Wireless and ALJAWAL (Saudi Telecom). For more information,


NTT DOCOMO is the world's leading mobile operator and provider of
advanced mobile services. The company serves over 57 million customers in
Japan, including 48 million using i-mode(TM), the world's most popular mobile
e-mail/Internet platform, and 55 million using FOMA(TM), the world's original
3G mobile service based on W-CDMA. As a leader in the development of
cutting-edge mobile technologies, DOCOMO is continually expanding the role of
mobile phones as versatile and highly personalized "lifestyle tools" for
everyday life, including with a wide range of innovative services for mobile
payments, GPS, mobile TV, multimedia content and much more. NTT DOCOMO is
listed on the Tokyo (9437), London (NDCM) and New York (DCM) stock exchanges.
For more information, visit

FOMA and i-mode are trademarks or registered trademarks of NTT DOCOMO,
INC. in Japan and other countries.

FOMA service is only available in Japan.

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Joshua Cruz, Associate Account Executive, +1-415-856-5124, Mobile: +1-415-513-8300, JCruz at

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