Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 16, 2004
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Dr. Joseph de Beauchamp, WFNN's Chief Independent Analyst, said, ÂWFNN see this in line with the current revenue projections related to Digicel of $1,149,545 and $3,326,600 for FY 2004 and FY 2005 respectively. The resources continue to expand Digicel throughout the Caribbean Region. Future plans to implement the Miami prepaid calling card platform. They also wish to improve the satellite equipment needed for network expansion, and expanded routes across the world. Projected revenues related to the new Calling Card Platform under the Digicel name appear on track for $7,687,500 FY 2005. The Calling Card Platform looks scheduled for implementation on December 1, 2004; thus, WFNN sees a significant increase in revenue for FY 2005. WiFi, operators and aggregators already started to link in symbiotic relationships with mobile operators, with mobile carriers accounting for over 60% of all hot spot revenues in 2007. Mobile operators already use WiFi to complement existing services and use of the technology, particularly in the enterprise sector, which fuels WiFi and mobile wireless applications. WFNN sees the stock moving sharply up to $10 per share in the next twelve months, and showing a positive ten cents."
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Y-Tel decided build a business model in the international telecommunications sector. They provide VoWLAN industries with Telecom HUBS located in Miami, Florida and Panama City, Panama. Y-Tel generates revenue from customers located in the Americas region and plans to uniquely position as a "dominant" telecommunications provider. It encompasses one of the fastest growing, underserved, regions among the emerging telecommunications markets. The company affiliated with Digicel using gateways in Miami and Panama. With some planned financings, Y-Tel looks to dominate the voice and data traffic in the region.
Steve Lipman, President
Y-Tel International, LLC
1100 NW 163 Dr # B-4
Miami, Fl 33169
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