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Wireless Frontier to Float

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FORT STOCKTON, Texas -- Wireless Frontier Internet Inc. (Pink Sheets:WFRI), a leader in wireless broadband deployment, announced today that it has filed its application for listing on the American Stock Exchange. The application is currently under review and is pending final approval.

Jay Knabb, President of Wireless Frontier Internet Inc., commented, "This announcement marks a significant milestone in the development of Wireless Frontier Internet, and I'm excited at the opportunities ahead. Listing on the AMEX will increase the perception and profile of our company within the investment community, while making the company significantly more accessible to investors. As part of our long-term strategy to increase stockholder value, we have evaluated listing on all major stock exchanges since the completion of our first major acquisition in June of last year. The mergers and acquisitions have progressed smoothly and we have since added several new companies. In addition, we have recently signed a letter of intent with IPVOICE "IPVO" for funding that enables us to qualify for listing on the AMEX in accordance with their listings requirements of market capitalization, shareholder base, historical performance and reporting guidelines."

"Wireless Frontier is quickly emerging as the leading resource of wireless broadband Internet, which currently resides in over 100 cities throughout Texas and Kansas," Mr. Knabb concluded.

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