Correction to Discrete Wireless, Inc. News Release Issued July 27, 2005: Voluntary Usage-Based Auto Insurance Offering By Progressive Mischaracterized

ATLANTA, July 29 /PRNewswire/ — In a news release issued by Discrete Wireless, Inc., on Wednesday, July 27, 2005, there was an incorrect reference to a voluntary usage-based auto insurance discount pilot program being offered to Minnesota drivers by The Progressive Direct Group of Insurance Companies. The reference indicated that the program uses GPS technology which would track vehicle location; it does not use GPS and the technology used does not track vehicle location.Progressive, an innovator in auto insurance and the country’s third largest auto insurance group, is offering Minnesota drivers an opportunity to participate in a program that uses a data-logging device to collect information about how much, how fast and when they drive…..

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