SOURCE: Alternet Systems, Inc.

October 14, 2009 09:17 ET

Alternet Systems, Inc. Offers Mobile Payment and E-Ticketing Solutions on Three Emerging Market-Dominated Continents Through Greenfield Partnership Program

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - October 14, 2009) - Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: ALYI) began participating in the Greenfield Partnership program earlier this year. The Greenfield program was started to accelerate the introduction of new technologies into emerging markets around the world where technology buying is on the rise, while improving return on investment (ROI) potential. Through the Greenfield program, Alternet is expanding its offerings in Central and South America and China and entering East Africa. Alternet plans to expand its base of business in Latin America through the introduction of additional mobile computing software solutions to its portfolio. In China, the Company began business development last year with an initial focus on the Company's e-ticketing solution, and this year has expanded its objectives in China to include an e-commerce strategy. This week, the Company also announced Greenfield program meetings in Shanghai, China concentrated on the Company's mobile payment software solutions in the Chinese market.

Alternet was featured in a Greenfield Webcast on Friday, October 9th. The Webcast concentrates on the Company's mobile commerce and electronic ticketing payment services and solutions, with a special focus on these solutions in developing economies. The presentation also includes a discussion of the Greenfield program and $0.28 suggested fair value target price per share. The Webcast is available on-demand at http://www.newmarkettechnology.com/webcast_20091009.htm.

Alternet's solutions focus on mobile payment and m-commerce systems and solutions that tie together telecom operators, financial institutions, and payees such as mass public transportation and utility providers. With the majority of the population in emerging markets belonging to the "unbanked" sector, mobile banking opens up a major opportunity to deliver financial services to a rapidly growing subscriber base. Penetration of mobile services around the world has increased rapidly, with the subscriber base worldwide growing from just over 11 million mobile phone users in 1990 to over 3 billion in 2008. Growth is particularly impressive in developing economies. With only 1 billion bank accounts worldwide and close to 4 billion mobile phone subscribers, both mobile network operators and financial institutions recognize the value proposition in offering mobile financial services.

About Alternet Systems (http://www.alternetsystems.com/)

Alternet Systems offers a wide range of mobile commerce and electronic ticketing payment services and solutions. It facilitates the transition of cash based transactions to mobile based cashless applications, by enabling the end user with a simple, efficient and reliable mobile experience. From M-Commerce Solutions IP Applications Billing to E-ticketing Services, Alternet offers a comprehensive suite of applications for the Utilities, Public Transportation, Financial, and Telecommunications markets. Its broad range of solutions delivers affordable and efficient m-commerce platforms that truly enable new customers, new merchants and new services. Alternet Systems, Inc. is a U.S. corporation headquartered in Miami, Florida.

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