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Date:7/17/2008

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"All of the mPassport features were designed with the global traveler in mind," said Andrew Orr, product manager for mPassport. "For more than ten years, we've been developing technologies to help business people, vacationers and students manage their health far from home. The mobile technology is convenient, cutting-edge, and our databases are expanding. These ingredients make mPassport the mobile way to trusted medical care, health and happiness. It's the first of its kind."

mPassport can be purchased online at mPassport.com. Pricing is subscription-based, and costs $9.95 for 30 days, $15.95 for 60 days, and $49.95 for a year.

About HTH Worldwide

HTH Worldwide provides health insurance plans and global medical assistance services for business and leisure travelers as well as students abroad. HTH programs are distinguished by a contracted community of hospitals and doctors in 180 countries. HTH combines its health and safety research, advanced Internet applications, and extensive experience in designing and delivering international health insurance plans to ensure customers' health, safety and peace of mind. HTH was recently named one of North America's fastest growing companies in Deloitte's Technology Fast 500. For more information, visit http://www.hthworldwide.com.

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