i2Telecom Bridges VOIP

i2Telecom develops cellular bridging device for VOIP enabling customers to make calls over VOIP networks from mobile phones

May 12, 2004

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BOCA RATON, Fla. -- i2Telecom International, Inc. (OTCBB:ITUI), an emerging leader in voice data communications technology for the Internet, announced today that it has developed patent-pending technology which enables cellular bridging to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) networks. With this announcement, i2Telecom becomes the first company in the world to offer any cell phone user the ability to make long distance and international calls through their VoIP network, simply by plugging in an inexpensive device. The technology will be available for use next month with the release of i2Telecom’s newest VoIP microgateway product, the InternetTalker™ MG-3.

“Our breakthrough technology will allow millions of people to use their existing cellular phones to make national and international VoIP calls,” said Rick Scherle, Senior Vice President of Marketing for i2Telecom. “Anyone with a cell phone can now take the power of our VoIP solutions with them, and realize dramatic savings when making business and personal calls from anywhere to anywhere in the world. This truly changes the landscape of the VoIP marketplace.”

i2Telecom International Inc.

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