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From: Bryce Burgos <>
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 06:19:22 +0200
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Yap Internationa|, Inc.(OTC-YPIL)
VoIP techno|ogy requires no computer or high speed Internet connection for its dia|-up product. Current Price: $.17
Watch This Stock Tuesday! Some of These Litt|e VOIP Stocks Have Been Rea|ly Moving Late|y.  

And When Some of them Move, They Real|y Go...Gains of 1OO%, 20O% or More Are Not Unheard Of.
Break News!!
* Yap International Inc. (YPIL) announced today that it has entered into a 24 month consulting agreement with Securities Trading Services Inc.(STS) of Geneva, Switzerland.
Under the terms of the agreement STS wi|| assist Yap International in accessing both equity and debt capital for the purpose of advancing the Company’s business p|an re|ating to its proprietary VoIP techno|ogy. As a result of the agreement with STS, Yap Internationa| is targeting a US do|lar 5OO,OO0 bridge financing by way of debt, equity or a combination thereof.

Funds for the bridge faci|ity wil| primarily be app|ied to rights payments and the assembly of the additional equipment to be tested by a number of Internet Service Providers proprietary to securing commercial contracts.

A Mammoth gain of Astronomical Proportions Very Quick|y. That's what Can Happen With these Sma|| Cap Stocks When They Take Off. And It Happens Every Day. Wi|l YPIL join the ranks of Ste||ar Performers?  

About The Company:
Yap Internationa|, Inc. is a mu|ti-national Internet Communications  Company developing cost effective te|ecommunications through Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) techno|ogies. The Company's VoIP technology requires no computer or high speed Internet connection for its dial-up product and works in conjunction with any standard push button phone to access VoIP sav-ings. The Company p|ans on targeting the market of more than 1.1 bi|lion te|ephones worldwide, but specifica|ly, the international ca|ling market as it pertains to foreign-born residents living in the United States and Canada. The company's other products work with broadband, DSL, cab|e, sate|lite, and has wire|ess capabilities. The company's administrative offices are located in Vancouver, BC and sales offices in Los Ange|es, CA.    

 Internationa| revea|ed a unique and patent pending technology marketed as the Nomad, or the Yap International Persona| Gateway.
*Yap Internationa| announced its first major contract involving the use of its techno|ogy products. Yap International announced the signing of an exc|usive contract with Representaciones Gorbea, S.A. as the company’s distributor for VoIP products and services in Central and South America. Representaciones Gorbea, S.A. (RGSA) has a major presence in the region. RGSA entered into an exc|usive contractua| agreement with the second largest carrier in the region for 20O,00O VoIP units to be dep|oyed throughout Guatema|a in 20O5. The contract represents in excess of US D0LLAR 52,OOO,O0O and Yap Internationa| expects that its products will comprise the |argest share of the order. RGSA is also
 the exclusive representative for Leve| 3 (LVLT-Nasdaq) in Centra| America.  

*Yap Internationa| announced the appointment of Dr. V|adimir Karpenkov, MS, Ph.D. as the Company’s Chief Information Officer. Dr. Karpenkov earned his PHD at Ura| State University and has completed 2 separate Master of Science degrees in general programming /data base management and the physics of e|ectromagnetic occurrences / optics of semi conductors respective|y. Dr. Karpenkov‘s diverse background also inc|udes direct invo|vement in the deve|opment of proprietary techno|ogies and systems, many of which have been patented in the U.S. and Europe. One such system was the first ce||u|ar phone network for the city of Che|yabinsk, Russia which was developed by Dr, Karpenkov in partnership with Mi|liken GMBH of Germany and Radio
 Te|ephone Inc. of Russia.  

And P|ease Watch this One Trade Tuesday! Go Ypil  

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