2011

April 11, 2011

QT Talk Strengthens Carrier Grade Service for Wholesale and Retail Divisions

New York, NY – April 11, 2011 – QT Talk today announced that it has entered into a major wholesale carrier agreement with Bharti Airtel (BSE: BHARTIARTL.BO) of India. Bharti Airtel is a leading global telecommunications company with operations in 19 countries across Asia and Africa.

Under the agreement Bharti Airtel will offer QT Talk a direct interconnection to their network which will provide premier quality call termination for the QT Talk network. This agreement further enhances QT Talks carrier-grade voice termination service offering for the both it’s wholesale and retail divisions.

“This relationship will further expand our global reach and supply a stable partner in the region”, says Gary Lane, Vice President of Sales and Business Development for QT Talk. “As we notice a surge in retail calling to India and Africa with our QT Talk international calling service, Bharti Airtel can provide us the means to deliver quality voice termination at the low cost rates to our subscribers.”

QTTALK provides low-cost international calling without the need of changing your current landline or mobile phone provider that may have expensive and limited international calling plans. Subscribed callers simply dial a QT Talk local access number and through modern “Automatic Caller Identification” software they can recognize any subscribed caller making the need for complicated PIN codes a thing of the past. Once identified by the system, users can dial any international destination over the QT Talk network experiencing quality talk time at low-cost rates. QTTALK allows you to only pay per call for the minutes you want to use, when you want to use them without the worry of expiring minutes, hidden fees, or annual contracts. You can easily recharge at any retail location where QTTALK is sold or online at www.qttalk.com.