SOURCE: GoIP Global, Inc.

January 16, 2007 16:09 ET

GoIP Signs Reseller Agreement With France Telecom

RoamBuddy™ -- Broadband Internet Service via Satellite

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 16, 2007 -- GoIP Global, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GOGB), a Mobile Media Company, announced today they have signed a Reseller Agreement with France Telecom to be a service provider on the Inmarsat Satellite System. GoIP will launch RoamBuddy™, the first mobile satellite service to deliver broadband data and voice simultaneously through one device, from almost anywhere on the planet. This service will enable high-speed interconnectivity via Inmarsat worldwide satellites. Once connected, the user can either make telephone calls or connect to the Internet to access emails or surf the web. RoamBuddy™ will market to remote users, in industries such as oil and gas, journalism and foreign aid; further markets include Homeland Security, Redundant Communication and Disaster Relief.

About Inmarsat

Inmarsat is the world's first global mobile satellite communications operator and the only one offering a mature range of modern communications services to maritime, land-mobile, aeronautical, and other users. Inmarsat Satellite Network was formed 20 years ago to serve a broad range of markets. Starting with a user base of 900 ships in the early 1980s, it now supports links for phone, fax and data communications at up to 64kbit/s to more than 250,000 ships, vehicles, aircrafts, and portable terminals. Inmarsat operates a constellation of geostationary satellites designed to extend mobile communications all over the world. The constellation comprises five third-generation satellites backed up by four earlier spacecraft. The satellites are controlled from Inmarsat's headquarters in London. For more information, visit,

About GoIP Global, Inc.

GoIP Global, Inc. is a New York-based Company with marketing expertise in the communication and educational content delivery fields. GoIP intends to launch several business units to capitalize on its expertise delivering valuable education and information 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. For more information, visit,

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