SOURCE: VoX Communications

February 26, 2007 09:00 ET

VoX Teams With Guinepp™ Inc. to Deliver Digital Phone Service Over Power Lines

Using VoX's Private Label VoIP Solution, Guinepp™ Inc. Brings Broadband Voice Alternatives to Business and Residential Customers

CELEBRATION, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 26, 2007 --VoX Communications Corp., eLEC Communications Corp.'s (OTCBB: ELEC) wholesale and retail provider of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services nationwide, today announced a wholesale agreement with Canadian broadband service provider, Guinepp™ Inc.

Guinepp Inc. will private label VoX VoIP services under its CityvoiceTEL™ Brand to complement its existing high-speed Internet services, which include DSL and cable, as well as its new Broadband over Power Line (BPL) offering. Guinepp™ is pioneering the use of BPL in the U.S. and Canada to deliver a triple play solution consisting of high-speed Internet, video and VoIP telephone services.

Before selecting VoX, Guinepp™ Inc. worked with several other VoIP providers who promised to meet their requirements. VoX was the first to deliver on all counts and Guinepp™ Inc., through its CityvoiceTEL™ brand and wholly owned subsidiary is offering VoX's VoIP services for telephone calls over power lines.

"VoX has proved time and time again that they've got their act together," said Roy Dell, CTO and VP Business Development at Guinepp™ Systems. "We tested the product with various BPL customers and they couldn't believe they were using a VoIP service -- all have said that they will sign up for the offering. We even tested VoX with a point-to-point wireless network and experienced exceptional quality. VoX has demonstrated quality and service capabilities that we could not find from other VoIP providers."

Guinepp's BPL technology is currently available in areas of Canada and in Central and South Florida, using existing electrical distribution lines (available in the home, business or enterprise) and coaxial infrastructures to create a communication network that reaches more people and places, in less time and at lower cost within their service areas. The Guinepp™ BPL adapter self-provisions when plugged into any electrical outlet, to deliver broadband Internet connectivity with very high upstream and downstream speeds at a price comparable to or lower than alternative offerings. Guinepp's BPL adapter can be moved anywhere in the home or office for instant Internet, video or digital phone capabilities.

Guinepp™ Inc. will market its Broadband, VoIP and Video services through resellers or distributors and through Guinepp's own CityvoiceTEL™ retail stores. The company is opening three new CityvoiceTEL™ stores in Florida and three in Toronto, where they will sell their services and equipment, including the private labeled VoX solution. Guinepp's initial order for 1,050 VoX adaptors and wi-fi phones, many of which are pre-sold, will be used for initial stocking in their retail stores and for delivery to customers.

"Guinepp is making disruptive technologies like BPL a reality," said Mark Richards, President of VoX Communications. "The combined offering pushes the envelope on service delivery, convenience and economics. We look forward to a strong collaborative partnership."

About Guinepp™ Inc. and CityvoiceTEL™

Based in North York, Ontario, Canada, Guinepp™ Inc. delivers cutting edge Hardware Telecom Solutions which includes: Access BPL, Power Line PLC, IP PBX, Wireless Mesh and Security Appliances. Guinepp's wholly-owned subsidiary, CityvoiceTEL™, delivers Telecom service based solutions like: VoIP, Local Line PSTN and Broadband Internet (BPL, DSL, and Cable) in Canada, USA and the Caribbean.

About VoX Communications

Based in Celebration, Fla., VoX Communications is a wholly owned subsidiary of eLEC Communications Corp. Using its advanced, nationwide VoIP network, VoX offers wholesale broadband voice, origination and termination services for cable, wireless and wire line operators, and enhanced VoIP telephone service to the small business and residential marketplace. VoX's VoIP service is a feature-rich, low-cost and high-quality alternative to traditional landline phone service. In 2005, INTERNET TELEPHONY® Magazine named VoX the "Most Innovative VoIP Technology Provider."

eLEC Communications Corp. (OTCBB: ELEC) is changing its name to Pervasip Corp to reflect its focus on IP, which is becoming the universal network platform for voice, data and video services. The name change will be voted on at a shareholders' meeting on April 25, 2007.

For more information, visit www.voxcorp.net and www.elec.net.

This press release contains statements (such as projections regarding future performance) that are forward-looking statements as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results may differ materially from those projected as a result of certain risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to those detailed from time to time in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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