WallStreetCorner.com editor Larry Oakley featured Elephant Talk Communications, Inc. in his current issue of Conservative Speculator (CS).

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Oakley, who has followed Elephant Talk for several years, did an editorial update on 1/28/2011 when the company traded at $2.98. In his current issue of CS on 7/5/2011, that price had risen to $3.87. Oakley expects it to not only continue its growth, but to accelerate it as well.

WallStreetCorner.com editor Larry Oakley featured Elephant Talk Communications, Inc. in his current issue of Conservative Speculator (CS).

Oakley, who has followed Elephant Talk for several years, did an editorial update on 1/28/2011 when it traded at $2.98. In his current issue of CS on 7/5/2011, that price had risen to $3.87. Oakley expects it to not only continue its growth, but to accelerate it as well.

In Oakley’s `Opinion’ section of his CS issue, he commented: “As I have pointed out in this brief update, Elephant Talk has substantial advantages & I expect it to move ahead with great vigor. CEO Steven van der Velden says that his company is moving ahead with that great vigor in completing its mobile platform technology. As I described earlier, companies that want to utilize mobile communication will, if they evaluate Elephant Talk's platform, want to take advantage of its technology. It allows customers to get into operation quickly, with relatively low cost & very low risk.

“Elephant Talk’s software should be able to provide extremely large revenue streams for its customers via a modest monthly fee of about $1 per phone that is used & is suitably equipped, plus a modest transaction fee on each transaction. The acceptance of Elephant Talk’s technology will develop quickly in my opinion. The number of suitably equipped mobile phones is expected to grow fast – something like hundreds of millions of units by the next three years. If you do the arithmetic, you’ll see that mobile payments will most likely be in the high billions area.

“Please watch for my future updates in my editorial columns. The next year should be quite interesting. I look forward to keeping up with Elephant Talk’s progress.”

Incidentally, Oakley is one of the country’s top gurus that the Dick Davis Digest has been quoting for many years. His current year’s annual top pick for Dick Davis was Elephant Talk, and was published on page two of the July 6th issue of the Dick Davis Investment Digest.

About Elephant Talk: Provides global telecommunication companies, mobile network operators, banks, supermarkets, consumer product companies, media firms, & other businesses a full suite of products & services that enables them to fully provide telecom services as part of their business offerings. Elephant Talk offers various dynamic products that include remote health care, credit card fraud prevention, mobile internet ID security, multi-country discounted phone services, loyalty management services, & a whole range of other emerging customized mobile services. For great detail, it is suggested that you visit http://www.elephanttalk.com

About WallStreetCorner.com: Formed 24 years ago by Larry Oakley, known as the "Elder Statesman of Emerging Growth Company Writers," as a venue for his Conservative Speculator newsletter, http://www.WallStreetCorner.com, including Research Reports of its clients, Conservative Speculator, and Oakley's "Stock Pick," “Comment,” “Opinion,” and “Bold Ventures” editorial columns, is regularly read by serious investors in 96 countries. You may get a free password to Conservative Speculator in the upper right corner of http://www.WallStreetCorner.com ’s home page. Neither WallStreetCorner.com nor Oakley has been paid for editorial coverage in CS or in any of Oakley’s other editorial venues.

This and other published materials relating to Elephant Talk contain forward-looking statements that are not guarantees of the company's future performance and are subject to risks and uncertainties, such as funding for machinery and materials, success in acquiring customers, maintaining needed government relationships, and successfully executing a business plan, which could cause the company's actual future results to differ materially from the forward-looking statements.

For all such forward-looking statements, we claim the safe harbor for forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.

Disclaimer: WallStreetCorner.com, Inc., Larry Oakley, and Conservative Speculator were not compensated by Elephant Talk Communications, Inc. for this news. One of our policies: We have not received from, nor do we own any stock in Elephant Talk, and have not received from or owned stock in any of the other companies that we have written about during the last several years.

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