SOURCE: Viper Networks, Inc.

November 14, 2007 09:30 ET

Viper Networks to Market VoIP Products and Services to Consumers in Sri Lanka

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - November 14, 2007) - Viper Networks, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: VPER), a leading innovator and provider of Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) products and services, announced today that its services are being marketing in Sri Lanka as through its local distributor.

CEO of Viper Networks, Mr. Farid Shouekani, commented, "Working with our distributor, we are customizing the product offerings for both commercial and residential customers in Sri Lanka. These tailored calling plans will allow the Sri Lanka customers to benefit from our presence in the surrounding countries by providing them with on network calling for best quality and lowest cost."

Mr. Shouekani concluded, "Our distributor is in the process of registering the name Viper Networks - Sri Lanka, which will enhance Viper Networks' presence in Sri Lanka and assist in our expansion into South Asia; which, together with the Middle East, is an area with target expatriate residents."

About Viper Networks, Inc.

Viper Networks, Inc. provides VoIP products and services through distributors and resellers around the world. Its network of VoIP gateways serves more than 350 countries and regions, and it is unique in offering both network services and equipment to its customers. Unlike most competing VoIP providers, Viper Networks offers its Customers a choice of service on either a pre-pay basis (only charging for minutes used) or fixed-rate monthly calling plans. Its Internet-based users can get dial-up or broadband service with equal quality. Viper has been pioneering VoIP service and technology for more than five years. For more information, please visit

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