SOURCE: GoIP Global, Inc.

January 11, 2007 16:03 ET

GoIP Global's Listing Is Complete


NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 11, 2007 -- GoIP Global, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GOGB), a specialized Mobile Media Company, announced today the start of trading of its Common Stock on the Pink Sheet Exchange. GoIP is launching several business units to capitalize on its expertise, delivering valuable educational and informational content to mobile and satellite devices worldwide. These efforts will create Global Communities that will benefit from the social sharing of information with the immediate access to news, entertainment, products and services through cell phones and wireless devices.

GoIP SMS™ service targeted for Fortune 500 enterprises is designed to make it easy for consumers to remember advertising messages, while remaining in control of the interaction with the advertiser. The User can interact with the advertiser through text messages on their cell phone and receive product information, coupons, tickets, personalized information (i.e. traffic, weather, stock updates, movies etc.). Advertisers display varying words which are texted (via cell phones) to GoIP's SMS Short Code, which is instantaneously received by GoIP's newly installed GoIP Global Server (GGS). GGS automatically answers and/or directs the user's inquiry to 3rd parties. GGS tracks users, responses, and preferences which provide valuable marketing data information for GoIP and advertisers to build business models and customer loyalty programs.

The Growth of Data on Mobile Phones provides the ideal environment for GoIP's SMS launch. Several companies are in discussion in leveraging their existing databases with GoIP SMS platform. A recent New York Times article touched on the fact that the United States has pretty much caught up with Europe in terms of mobile data usage: "The data revenue for American cellular carriers grew at an annual rate of more than 70 percent in the first half of last year. In the third quarter, Verizon Wireless, Cingular and Sprint each crossed $1 billion a quarter in data revenue for the first time. They were ranked fourth, fifth and seventh in the world in data revenue for the first nine months of the year... 'We've basically caught up with Europe,' said Roger Entner, a telecommunications industry analyst with Ovum Research." The article also says that while Japanese and Korean companies have moved almost half of their customers to 3G networks, the US is only about a year behind that -- leading to the unavoidable assumption that analysts think almost half of US mobile users will be on 3G by 2008.

Jesse Margolis, GoIP's COO, commented, "The current trend, for better Data Networks and sophisticated phones, as represented by this week's Apple's iMobile announcement, positions GoIP to be a major contender for CONTENT delivery. Our state of the art SMS platform provides advertisers the tools to use this technology."

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