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Fly United, Earn a Free BlackBerry

Beginning today through March
31, 2005, United customers have the opportunity to earn a free
BlackBerry handheld developed by Research In Motion when they
book a paid, qualifying roundtrip flight of $250 or more and activate a
qualifying T-Mobile service plan. As part of this offer, a minimum of 25,000 BlackBerry handhelds are
available to United customers when they select from two T-Mobile service
plans. The $39.98 “data only” service plan gives customers a BlackBerry
6230(TM) ($249.99 retail value) featuring e-mail, web browsing, organizer
and phone capabilities. The $59.99 “voice and data” service plan gives
customers a BlackBerry 7230(TM) ($299.99 retail value) with the same great
features, plus color display and phone services that include 1000
“whenever minutes.”

“United has been a leader in offering new technology solutions to our
customers, and partnering with T-Mobile to offer BlackBerry handhelds
follows in this tradition of leadership,” says Martin White, senior vice
president- Marketing. “We recognize that many of our customers want to
stay connected when they travel, and this offer presents an excellent
opportunity for them to do so.”

Whether for business or pleasure, United customers can be out-of-town, not
out-of-touch, and stay connected in 9,000 cities across the U.S. and in
over 100 countries worldwide when traveling with their BlackBerry
handhelds. The offer requires that travel must occur by April 30, 2005,
and customers must register at before flying. For
more information, visit

To book a flight, customers may call 1-800-UNITED-1 or a travel
professional, or visit . Customers who book and fly
a paid, qualifying roundtrip flight through or
anytime by Dec. 31, 2005, also earn a booking bonus of 1,000 bonus miles.**