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Craig A Owensby: System and method for providing targeted messages based on wireless mobile location. Leap Wireless International, Louis M Heidelberger, Thomas J McWilliams, Reed Smith, November 11, 2003: US06647257 (496 worldwide citation)

A system and method is provided for inserting messages, and in particular, commercial information or advertisements, into a wireless mobile communication. The messages are targeted to the subscriber of the basis of: the location of the terminal at the time of the wireless mobile communication; demog ...


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Stewart Douglas Hutcheson, Craig A Owensby, Souheil Gallouzi, Mark Westling: Method and system for distributing content over a wireless communications system. Reed Smith, February 13, 2003: US20030032409-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for providing informational content to a user of a communications device being wirelessly communicatively coupled to a communications network, the method including: identifying information associated with the user and indicative of user attributes; selecting a plurality of candidate message ...


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Craig A Owensby: System and method for providing targeted messages based on wireless mobile location. Louis M Heidelberger, Reed Smith, June 20, 2002: US20020077130-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A system and method is provided for inserting messages, and in particular, commercial information or advertisements, into a wireless mobile communication that are targeted to a subscriber of a Cellular Personal Communications Service (C/PCS) or a Global Mobile Personal Communications Service (GMPCS) ...


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Craig A Owensby: System and method for providing targeted messages on wireless mobile location. Lipp Radio International, yu jing, February 20, 2002: CN98814350

A system and method is provided for inserting message, and in particular, commercial information or advertisements, into a wireless mobile communication that are targeted to a subscriber of a Cellular Personal Communications Service (C/PCS) or Global Mobile Personal Communication Service (GMPCS). In ...


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