Wednesday, July 18, 2007

ASTPhones, Lingo, new X10001P offers new service

American Telecom Services Inc. (Amex: TES), a provider of
converged communications solutions, today announced that it will
start shipping a Digital Clear Internet (Voice-over-Internet-Protocol
or VoIP) telephone to the fastest growing electronics retailer
based in California and the world's largest retailer's dot com,
for promotion in the fall season. The award-winning X10001P,
an Interference-Free, DECT 6.0, Cordless, Multi-Handset
telephone, previously announced as a bundle with Lingo service
on December 20, 2006, will be sold at both new retailers and
promoted to their customers through in-store fixtures, online
placement and circular advertisements.
Bruce Hahn, American Telecom Services' Chief Executive Officer,
commented, "We remain committed to expanding Digital Clear
Internet Telephone product and service bundles through retail
distribution. Today,we are announcing significant progress in
the pursuit of this goal,announcing two new retail channels for
our Lingo offering. These phones, supported by Lingo, allow
consumers to make unlimited long distance calls in North America
and 21 international destinations for a low, fixed monthly fee
and are exceptionally easy to plug and talk for use by all
consumers. We do not expect the reported situation with
, a VoIP service provider, to adversely impact our
ability to extend VoIP services to purchasers of our phone
products as we have expanded our offerings to include Lingo's
VoIP offerings."


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