SOURCE: US National Telecom

January 31, 2008 09:08 ET

US National Telecom (USNT) -- International Voice Traffic Outlook Strong; 3-for-1 Stock Split

DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - January 31, 2008) - US National Telecom (PINKSHEETS: USNT), a rapidly growing New Generation telecom company, continues to see increased profits in the outlook for international voice traffic which is a $15 billion global market. Subsidiary Vitelity expects international voice traffic to increase by $200,000 for the next fiscal year. The previously approved USNT 3-for-1 stock split effective date is February 1, 2008, for shareholders of that date.

An in-depth report by TeleGeography indicates that big changes are coming in the international long distance business because more scale is required to make the business work, and many carriers will not be able to achieve such scale.

"Some carriers will pick up significantly more traffic as smaller carriers simply conclude that operating a global voice network doesn't make as much sense as it once did, and outsource that function to wholesale specialists," argues TeleGeography analyst Stephan Beckert.

Many international voice providers will choose to outsource the international transport and termination functions to dedicated wholesale providers, TeleGeography believes.

The Company's subsidiary envisions that its position as a wholesale carrier solutions provider will grow, particularly as it seeks to increase its share of international voice traffic.

About US National Telecom (USNT)

US National Telecom (USNT) is a publicly traded technology company, headquartered in Denver, Colorado. The company changed its name in 2007 to US National Telecom, Inc., and has been assigned the coveted ticker symbol USNT The Company focus is on building a large VoIP and Internet services company by expanding to process international voice traffic and acquiring companies in the VoIP services and technology marketplace.

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