SOURCE: US National Telecom - (USNT)

November 01, 2007 10:19 ET

US National Telecom (USNT) (Formerly: YIWA) -- 116% Surge in Sales Year Over Year. Can Sales Double Again?

DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - November 1, 2007) - US National Telecom (PINKSHEETS: USNT) reports that October 2007 sales were 116% higher -- more than double -- compared to October 2006 in its subsidiary Vitelity. Company gross revenues for November 2007 are projected to be the highest yet in Vitelity's history. The Company's "Carrier Class Wholesale" strategy is starting to produce results, as evidenced in recently announced contracts and higher revenue numbers.

"Our secret for success isn't much of a secret," revealed Brian Ford, Vitelity's VP of Operations. "We do what has to be done to win and satisfy customers with innovative new products, high end network performance and old-fashioned customer service. Our new CEO has really pumped life into our company, and we're on an accelerated plan to bring on larger customers to hopefully double revenues every ten months. At this rate, we may soon see our annualized sales run rate exceed $2 million dollars."

The Company hopes to aspire to the level of success of its "hero," telecom provider US LEC, which was sold for more than $400 million plus debt last year to respected industry leader Paetec. Deutsche Bank Securities, Merrill Lynch and CIT Group provided financing for the deal.

Other recent news USNT shareholders seemed to appreciate included USNT's novel plan to declare a 3-for-1 stock dividend, effective date to be announced.

About US National Telecom (USNT) -- formerly known as Yi Wan Group (YIWA)

US National Telecom (PINKSHEETS: USNT) is a publicly traded company, headquartered in Denver, Colorado, with additional network POPs in New York and LA. Info at: The Company focus is on building a large VoIP and Internet services conglomerate expanding to process international voice traffic and international calling cards traffic.

Safe Harbor Statement: This release includes forward-looking statements, made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the PSLA of 1995, that involve major risks and uncertainties based on what may be inaccurate assumptions and projections. There is no guarantee that the Company will achieve success or that investments in the Company will be successful. The Company is not obligated to revise or update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this release.