SOURCE: US National Telecom

November 27, 2007 10:56 ET

US National Telecom (USNT) -- Formerly (YIWA) -- to Offer Hosted PBX to Gain Share of the $10 Billion VoIP PBX Market

DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - November 27, 2007) - US National Telecom (PINKSHEETS: USNT), formerly (YIWA), a leader in wholesale VoIP telecom, continues to expand its wholesale telecom offerings with the addition of what is called Hosted PBX Service.

The USNT Vitelity subsidiary will begin offering this service, OneWorldPBX, on a wholesale basis to a variety of resellers, including Internet Service Providers, Value Added Resellers of telecom equipment, voice traffic sellers, and entrepreneurs who want to get established in the PBX and VoIP business.

Hosted PBX using VoIP technology is a relatively new phenomenon, having started as recently as 2002. Many business people will better remember it as what was called "Centrix" service which was offered by the large telcos in the 1980s and 1990s. The Centrix service was very popular because it allowed a company to take advantage of many "PBX" type features, across various branch offices, for a low monthly fee and no capital outlay. However, that service has been replaced by VoIP telephone systems, particularly the VoIP powered PBX. The Hosted PBX model allows a company to enjoy the advantages of a $20,000 PBX system for a low monthly fee, and easy connectivity to offices around the world, on one Hosted PBX system.

Vitelity will offer a low cost QuickStart program for resellers including a ready to go website, advertising brochures and co-op promotion plans. Any entrepreneur or reseller can be up and running in five days, for very little cash outlay.

About US National Telecom (USNT)

US National Telecom (USNT) is a publicly traded VoIP technology company, headquartered in Denver, Colorado. The Company focus is on building a VoIP and Internet services conglomerate with various wholesale services.

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