SOURCE: Cybertel Capital Corporation

May 15, 2007 09:00 ET

Cybertel Capital Corporation Announces Its 1st Quarter 2007 Financials Which Show Revenue Exceeded the Entire Pervious Year of 2006 by More Than 15%

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 15, 2007 -- Cybertel Capital Corporation's (OTCBB: CBEL) Board of Directors has announced today that CBEL has released its 1st quarter 2007 financial report, which show revenue in the 1st quarter exceeded the revenues for the entire year of 2006. Cybertel Capital's 10QSB was filed with the SEC yesterday May 14, 2007.

Stated James Wheeler, CEO of (CBEL), "We expected 1st quarter numbers to look very good but did not expect that the revenue would exceed the entire revenue for 2006. We feel that AireWire is now gaining market share and anticipate that the revenue will continue to improve."

Highlighted results:

Combined revenues for the twelve months ending December 2006 were reported as $153,845. Revenues for the three months ending March 2007 jumped to $174,147, an increase of over 15% over all of 2006. 1st quarter of 2006 revenue was posted at $7,863. During the same period, cost of revenues increased from $0.00 in March 2006 to $5,432 in March 2007. Gross profits rose from $7,863 to $168,715.

The complete financial report can be found at

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

  • Jim Wheeler
    (858) 646-7410