SOURCE: Atlantis Technology Group

February 23, 2010 11:34 ET

Atlantis Technology Group Subsidiary Global Online Television Corporation Will Be Issuing a 30 Day Free Trial Period to All New Subscribers in the Month of March 2010

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - February 23, 2010) - Atlantis Technology Group (PINKSHEETS: ATNP) subsidiary Global Online Television Corporation will be giving a 30 day free trial period to all new subscribers in the month of March 2010. All new subscribers to GOTV's IPTV service will receive the 1st 30 days free, on a non contractual basis, so they will be able to use the service before committing to the 2 year contract.

CEO Christopher M Dubeau states, "We believe by offering this to the public, this will not only increase the amount of customers we have when we launch but also allow those customers to show their friends, neighbors, and relatives what GOTV IPTV service has to offer."

Additional details regarding this offer will be available on the GOTV website.

About Global Online Television (GOTV)

GOTV brings the largest internet protocol television networks together for your home television viewing. IPTV is TV to TV using standard broadband connections thus making it possible for 93% of the world's broadband users to receive its streams. Using the IPTV and Microsoft Windows Media Player, the video stream is delivered to your home television over any broadband internet connection. This means that if you already have a connection, like DSL or cable modem, then you're ready to go. To find out more about Global Online Television please visit

About Atlantis Technology Group

Atlantis Technology Group was formed to establish privately held and publicly traded technology companies that focus primarily on high-growth investments that are at the leading edge of business and technological innovation.

To find out more about Atlantis Technology Group please visit

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