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Wham Infocom Partners With AgreeYa Mobility to Bring Leadership, Tailored Innovation to the Indian Mobile Market

Fast-Growing, India-Based Mobile Brand Partners With AgreeYa Mobility for Complete Product Development, Delivering Innovative Technologies and Unmatched Mobile Solutions

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/09/14 -- AgreeYa Mobility, a leading provider of cross-platform mobility products, solutions and services, today announced that Wham Infocom -- an emerging leader in the delivery of innovative and cost-effective feature phones, smartphones and tablets to the Indian market -- has selected AgreeYa Mobility as the strategic multi-year partner for its complete portfolio of WHAM! mobile devices, spanning feature phones, smartphones and tablets. As part of this partnership, AgreeYa Mobility will own the planning, execution and delivery of innovative yet differentiated mobile devices that will be marketed under the increasingly-successful WHAM! brand, providing customized local-market mobile products and solutions.

The Wham Infocom partnership with AgreeYa Mobility stems from each company's strong belief that as mobile platforms continue their transition into everyday necessities, it is crucial for mobile device companies like Wham Infocom to deliver and differentiate their products with local-market customized solutions. AgreeYa will provide Wham Infocom customers with regionally-localized, Tier 1 grade, platform-enabled devices at prices relevant for the Indian market, along with innovative mobility solutions.

"We are thrilled to have tapped AgreeYa Mobility to power all devices under the burgeoning WHAM! brand," says Subhash Chandra, managing director of Wham! Mobiles. "AgreeYa's innovative mobile technology solutions and experience integrating them will equip "WHAM!" devices with a targeted and customer-appealing portfolio of devices, allowing our dedicated Wham Infocom team to focus on serving our ever-growing customer base."

As a key player in devising targeted and secure mobile products and solutions, AgreeYa Mobility's development centers, based in India, China, Korea, Europe and North America, bring complete device delivery and mobile engineering expertise that extends into the development of enterprise grade and differentiated software and hardware for cross-platform mobile devices.

"The WHAM! brand has quickly made an impressive name for itself with a thriving distribution channel and extensive knowledge of India's mobile retail market," says Krish Kupathil, CEO of AgreeYa Mobility. "We are excited by the possibilities of this partnership, combining the strength of our mobile product and solution experience with Wham Infocom's broad market reach and trusted products. AgreeYa Mobility is committed to providing its unmatched products, solutions and global experience to power all WHAM! devices."

Since its inception less than two years ago, Wham Infocom has launched 32 handset models and is poised to expand its business across 28 states throughout India in 2014.

ABOUT WHAM INFOCOM: WHAM! Mobiles is one of the fastest growing mobile brands in the rapidly growing Indian mobile phone industry. It is headed by Mr. Subhash Chandra who is also the MD of Sangeetha Mobiles Pvt Ltd and a huge professional team manages day to day operations with huge expertise in the telecommunication field. Constant innovation in technology has helped the WHAM! brand grow at a rapid rate in a very short span of time. Wham! believes in making the power of technology available to all and at an affordable price. Wham! has already launched 32 models in the market and set to launch trendy and fashionable mobile phones. Currently the operations are across 14 states in India. The brand is looking to expand to North India in the next 60 days to take its presence to 20 states and be in the National league. For more information, visit www.wham.in.

ABOUT AGREEYA MOBILITY: AgreeYa Mobility is a global product and solutions company focused on the fast-growing mobile device eco-system, the unique needs of targeted-user segments and the burgeoning trend of workplace BYOD. With development centers in the United States, Canada, Poland, India, China and South Korea, AgreeYa boasts expertise in targeted deliveries of IOT ready, enterprise-grade and certifiable devices for distribution through retail brands and white labeling OEMs and operators. With a commitment to easily managed yet secure cross-device applications for enterprise and vertical segments, along with customized solutions for global OEMs, ODMs and chipset vendors -- either directly or through SI partners -- AgreeYa customers and partners include some of the biggest names in technology. For more information, visit www.agreeyamobility.net.

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