First Ever mobile for pets

22 January 2005 by axxxr
PetsMobility Networks will be manufacturing and launching the first ever PetsCell cellular telephone for pets.

The patent pending PetsMobility(TM) PetsCell(TM) will be
compatible with existing cellular and satellite GPS technology.
The PetsCell(TM) will allow pet owners to talk to their pets as
well as allowing owners to request assistance should they require
help. In addition, and perhaps more valuable, pet owners will
have a piece of mind that if their pet is lost and someone finds
their pet wandering the streets, with a simple press of a button
on the mobile device, the auto dial will dial the owners home
alerting the owner to retrieve their pet. The PetsCell(TM), 2-way
communication device will also be available with an optional GPS
tracking chip and a fibre optic camera for search and rescue

PetsMobility(TM) is seeking to partner with major industry
participants such as; cellular network providers, automotive
manufacturers, financial institutions, pet retailers, hardware
manufacturers, pet food processors, as well as other companies
from non-competing industries. PetsMobility(TM) will introduce
both non-pet and pet industry participants into this opportunity
via a cross-collaborative market segmentation model.

"I am extremely thrilled to be able to publicly announce the
introduction of PetsMobility Network and PetsCell(TM) cellular
phone," said Cameron Robb, founder of the PetsCell(TM). "There
are few really truly unique products that are unveiled each year,
and I look forward to PetsMobility(TM) working with some major
industry players the world over." The PetsMobility(TM) Networks'
marketing plan will allow key strategic partners to uniquely
differentiate their brands and to position themselves as
corporations who truly provide products and services to meet the
needs for "each and every" member of the family.

Robb believes the considerable interest the PetsCell(TM) has
already garnered is due to not only the "singular aspect" of the
PetsCell(TM), but more importantly the potential for many
different niche market applications. "The ability to talk to your
pet from a distance on the pet's own cellular phone is definitely
novel, but I envision the PetsCell(TM) having search and rescue,
military, guide dog or even potentially patient and elderly care
applications to name a few."

In an effort to make the PetsCell(TM) easily available to its
primary targeted customer base, Robb had the unit designed to
operate with most major cellular network service providers. The
usage plans will be sold as a bundled service through existing
conventional cellular providers. "This is exciting news for all
the conventional cellular service providers," Robb explains,
"this new product will allow service providers to provide a very
one of a kind service to their existing customers." Robb further
added "Hopefully, the PetsCell(TM) will help these companies to
increase customer loyalty. In addition, I believe it will provide
an opportunity for our corporate partners to tap into a
completely new market segment, the $34 Billion dollar North
American pet market."

Tags: pets

On 29 Mar 19:54 JeffKastner wrote
Sounds good.. though I am still waiting for a completely hidden chip that can be inserted beneath the skin and provide real-time tracking data. This collar solves the problem of a lost dog, but more often than being lost, dogs are stolen.. and the collar is easy for a thief to remove.

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