SOURCE: O2 Secure Wireless, Inc.

March 09, 2011 11:28 ET

O2 Secure Wireless, Inc. Announces Return of 500 Million Common Shares of OTOW to the Treasury

Company CEO to Reduce the Number of Personally Owned Outstanding Shares in Effort to Raise Shareholder Value

ST. AUGUSTINE, FL--(Marketwire - March 9, 2011) - O2 Secure Wireless, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: OTOW) announces that the Company's Chief Executive Officer, Val Kazia, will be submitting his personal 500 Million Shares back into the Company's treasury.

This strategy is intended to contribute to the increase in shareholder value by decreasing the number of outstanding common shares. The CEO will alternatively be issued preferred shares in exchange. 

The shares will be returned to the treasury, and should be posted within 72 hours on the OTCmarkets website, substantially refining the Company's capitalization structure and positioning O2 Wireless to more accurately represent our commitment to becoming a key player in rural broadband communications, particularly in underserved territories.

The Company recently announced an approval from the Federal Communication Commission for its COALS applications. This places O2 Wireless in the highly competitive arena and makes it a strong competitor for well-known brands like Brighthouse Networks and AT&T. This approval also contributes substantially to the company's establishment as a viable third content provider in the territories of the City of Flagler Beach and the City of Bunnell, Florida, which would be serviced by O2 Wireless.

About O2 Secure Wireless: O2 Secure Wireless is a Company that is currently developing numerous wireless tower facilities in the U.S. The Company is also instrumental in the development of wireless broadband communication services domestically. Under a recent merger with Earthcom Service Inc., the Company is currently being structured to provide affordable flat rate pre-paid wireless services in developing countries internationally.

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