SOURCE: Cybertel Capital Corporation

July 18, 2007 09:00 ET

CyberTel Capital Corporation Announced Today That Its Wholly Owned Subsidiary AireWire Has Closed a Mesh Network Contract for a Major Resort Area in Georgia

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - July 18, 2007) - CyberTel Capital Corporation (OTCBB: CBEL) announced that its subsidiary, AireWire, Inc., has closed a mesh network contract for a major resort area in Georgia.

AireWire will provide technology, deployment project management and system integration for their new customer. This contract should bring in about $60,000 in additional revenue during the 3rd quarter.

"This project relieves data communications troubles for our new customers," said Walt Henley, President of AireWire. "Using mesh network technology, we will connect the resort operations facilities together in a self-healing system capable of carrying data, voice and video to enhance efficiency, security and the guest experience in their operation."

"We anticipate that the closing of this network contract might lead to additional work with the resort area," stated James Wheeler CEO of Cybertel Capital Corporation. AireWire should complete the project by the end of Q3 2007.

About AireWire

AireWire is a wholly owned subsidiary of CyberTel Capital Corporation (OTCBB: CBEL) and offers Broadband Radio, IP Engineering and Consulting Services for the Wireless and Telecommunications Industries. More information on AireWire, Inc. can be found by visiting its web site at

About CyberTel Capital Corporation

CyberTel Capital Corporation is a holding company with interests in areas of telecommunications, data management, information systems and public safety communication and response solutions. CyberTel trades on the OTC Bulletin Board under the ticker symbol CBEL. For more information on CyberTel or AireWire contact or visit web site at

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Contact Information

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    CyberTel Capital Corp.
    Jim Wheeler
    (858) 646-7410