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GFM Extends Its Service Coverage to 3G, HSPA, CDMA and Inmarsat Networks with New Satellite and GPS Tracking Hardware Lines

Toronto News, (PR) March 28, 2012

Global Fleet Management (GFM), a leading GPS Tracking and Fleet Management solutions provider to transportation, construction and service-based industries, has expanded its coverage to 3G, HSPA and CDMA networks through the newly launched GPS tracking hardware line.

With the expansion to 3G and HSPA networks through Rogers Communications and CDMA network through M2M DataSmart, the company is now able to offer wider service coverage. CDMA network will benefit a wide range of customers who are out of Rogers GSM coverage area and rely on a Telus or Bell network for their communication needs.

Commercial businesses that previously could not use GPS Vehicle Tracking and Fleet Management due to the lack of GSM coverage in their geographical area will now be able to utilize GFMs real-time GPS Tracking and Fleet Management System for their business needs.

Global Fleet Managements real-time GPS Fleet Vehicles Tracking system offers business owners, safety managers and fleet managers of companies with fleets the tool to improve fleet operations, boost productivity, efficiency and cut operational costs.

GFMs GPS Tracking System is updated as often as every 4-7 seconds and provides location information of fleet vehicles in real-time, as well as details of all past trips, mileage, speeding, idling, PTO use, fuel consumption, maintenance needs and much more. With 2-way text communications, companies are also able to exchange messages between dispatch and drivers.

The map of the 3G and HSPA coverage area now offered by GFM through Rogers Communications can be viewed at http://www.rogers.com/web/content/wireless_network

For customers in the Northern Territories or outside of any GSM/CDMA coverage area, Global Fleet Management is launching a reliable real-time, two-way satellite tracking hardware through Inmarsat network  in April 2012.

GFMs expansion to 3G, HSPA, CDMA networks and 2-way Satellite Tracking launch now provides ultimate service coverage for all commercial tracking applications, said CEO of Global Fleet Management, Bill Kornilo.
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