SOURCE: US National Telecom - Yi Wan Group (YIWA)

October 23, 2007 10:23 ET

US National Telecom (YIWA) Signs Call Traffic Contract -- $240,000 to $1 Million in Revenues Expected

DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - October 23, 2007) - US National Telecom (PINKSHEETS: YIWA), a VoIP telecom carrier, is very pleased to report that the previously announced negotiations to win a contract to process hundreds of millions of minutes of call center voice traffic, was signed yesterday. Although sources at the new customer indicate that the total revenue is expected to be in excess of $1million, the contract guarantees the YIWA subsidiary company a minimum of $240,000 in revenues.

The US National's VoIP technology network provides a way to make low-cost calls, with savings of up to 70%, and the newly provisioned high speed backbone is capable of handling more than 10,000 simultaneous calls. "The negotiation with this customer was not long in the making, because the benefits our VoIP telecom solution are easy to calculate," said Scott Navratil, Director of Sales and Marketing. "Another factor was that we have huge traffic capacity, much more than almost all small VoIP providers." The Company's deployment of high-capacity equipment, previously announced, allows it to join the ranks of some of the highest capacity VoIP voice call processors in the USA.

The VoIP telecom marketplace continues to enjoy substantial month-over-month increases in adoption by small businesses. The VoIP small business telephone and pbx market is reported to have double-digit annual increases, creating value for smaller VoIP companies. Allworx, a small VoIP systems company was recently sold for $25 million in cash to the huge VoIP telecom provider PaeTec, further indication of the strength and probably future growth of the VoIP marketplace.

About US National Telecom - Yi Wan Group

Headquartered in Denver Colorado, YIWA is a publicly traded company, symbol YIWA. Information at: The Company focus is on building a large VoIP services conglomerate with involvement in international voice traffic and international calling cards.

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