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Voyager Mobile endures 'malicious network attack,' delays launch to the 'very near future'

Zach Honig
05.15.12
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Launch aborted. Wireless newbie Voyager Mobile has opted to delay its unveiling today to a "time and date in the very near future." A mysterious "malicious network attack" is to blame for the interruption, though that appears to be the extent of the explanation. The company also reinforced its commitment to bettering our planet, one $19 monthly unlimited plan at a time.

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Voyager Mobile Launch Postponed Due to Network Attack

KNOXVILLE, Tenn., May 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- During its Tuesday, May 15 launch, Voyager Mobile experienced a malicious network attack to its primary website: voyagermobile.com. Due to the network outage, Voyager Mobile is postponing its launch to a time and date in the very near future.

Our goal of low cost wireless service for all will not be undermined and we strive to continue the voyage for a better wireless world.

For further information, please email us at voyager.mobile@voyagertelecom.com.

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