Teleconference Call for Free from Anywhere in the World with Connikate.com

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Connikate offers free teleconferencing worldwide via 2 teleconferencing girls - 'Conni' and Kate'

Unlike other free dial in conferencing services or products which requires the caller at times to absorb long distance charges, Connikate's 'Conni' services plans to offer nationwide and international local services

Times Telecom Inc., a leading Canadian telecommunication provider, today announced that through its wholly owned web portal, http://www.connikate.com, that specializes in web-initiated conferencing portal, will launch a new free web initiated teleconferencing service. The service will be launched under two separate type of teleconferencing services by its two ladies - "Conni" and "Kate".

Conni will be offering a free call in teleconferencing whereby a host will send out an invitation to as many as 30 callers it wishes to conference with by inviting the callers to call into a number and enter a given room number and PIN. Moreover, the calls will also be recorded and have play back capability and can be downloaded or sent to any recipient at any time.

Kate will offer a paid service with limited free conference calls as an introduction. Unlike Conni, Kate will work harder. Through Kate, the host will instruct Kate by telling her when he wants the conference calls to be held and provide her with the numbers of the participants. At the appropriate time, Kate will call the host and connect all the called parties. Like Conni, Kate will also record all calls and she can also play back any calls as well as allow calls to be downloaded or sent to any recipient at any time. Starting August 18, 2008, the service was launched in its beta stage to 1,000 users.

Connikate is designed to provide both free and paid teleconferencing via any landline or cellular phone for all kinds of activities such as sales meetings, educational and PR/IR events.

"Unlike other free dial in conferencing services or products which requires the caller at times to absorb long distance charges, Connikate's 'Conni' services plans to offer nationwide and international local services", says Alan Yong, CEO. "This will mean that those who wish to arrange or conference in Hong Kong or London or Vancouver will be able to dial in or host the conferences locally via one of the Conference girls, Conni. However, if the conference is to be held between parties from different countries, 'Kate', the other Conference girl, can help".

About CONNIKATE
Connikate was established as a division of Times Telecom Inc. to provide free and paid tele and web conference services.

About Times Telecom Inc.
Times Telecom Inc. is a leading Long Distance Service Provider that operates its own state-of-the-art proprietary network across 16 cities in Canada, 1 city in the United States, and 2 cities in Australia. Times Telecom also has a nationwide network that provides direct dial service. With offices in the United States, Canada, and Australia, Times Telecom provides innovative state-of-the-art solutions that allow its 280,000+ customers to communicate with friends, business associates, and loved ones all over the world while enjoying substantial savings on their long distance charges. Managed by a team of experienced industry experts, Times Telecom is a wholly owned subsidiary of KeyWest Group, a publicly listed corporation with offices in 8 countries and employs in excess of 350 employees.

The statements within this release contain forward-looking statements about our future plans that involve risk and uncertainties. These statements may differ materially from actual future events or results. Readers are referred to the documents filed by Internet Initiative Japan Inc. with the SEC, specifically the most recent reports on Forms 20-F and 6-K, which identify important risk factors that could cause actual results to differ from those contained in the forward-looking statements.

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