MIAMI, Nov. 17, 2005 — Y-Tel (OTC Bulletin Board: YTLI) has signed 13 new carriers and doubled their traffic, which has added millions of minutes to their VoIP Network each month. Y-Tel International announced today the company has finished the contractual services provided to Digicel and has subsequently completed the convergence from the DMS platform to the new VoIP infrastructure. The new network will significantly reduce operating cost and includes a redundant backup for network operations in Dallas, Texas.
The resulting traffic volume now being terminated across the company’s new VoIP network has more than doubled for September and October adding millions of minutes each month.
Steve Lipman, President of Y-Tel, stated, “As a result of the migration, our technical team has added 13 new customers, which are now running traffic across the Company’s new network. The expected traffic volumes should continue to increase as we add new routes.”