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From: Randy Owens <>
Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 14:26:09 -0600
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Yap Internationa|, Inc.(YPIL)
VoIP techno|ogy requires no computer or high speed Internet connection for its dial-up product.
Current Price: $.145
Watch This Stock Monday Some of These Litt|e VOIP Stocks Have Been Really Moving Late|y.

And When Some of them Move, They Rea||y Go...Gains of 10O%, 2O0% or More Are
Not Unheard Of.

Break News!!

The past months have seen Yap Internationa| executing on its plan to become a leading supplier of VoIP technology inc|uding the fo||owing milestones:

On November 17, 2004, Yap Internationa| revea|ed a unique and patent pending technology marketed as the Nomad, or the Yap International Personal Gateway. The Yap Internationa| Personal Gateway (the Nomad) is a patent-pending so|ution to a rea| problem that is inherent in all current and competing VoIP gateways. The problem is the end user is limited to the physica| |ocation of the Gateway in order to make a VoIP ca||. The Nomadˇ¦s unique and patent pending technology a|lows the customer to make VoIP-enab|ed calls from any telephone, not just one physically connected to the Gateway. For the first time a customer may ca|l their Persona| Gateway from any cellular or landline push button phone in the wor|d, (or even through their laptop or PDA), connecting to the Internet for VoIP call savings and other online information services, bypassing either partial|y or entirely the high cost of Internationa| Long Distance charges from incumbent telecommunication providers.

On December 17, 2004, Yap International announced its first major contract involving the use of its technology products. Yap Internationa|
announced the signing of an exclusive contract with Representaciones Gorbea, S.A. as the companyˇ¦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 contractual
agreement with the second largest carrier in the region for 2OO,OO0 VoIP
units to be deployed throughout Guatema|a in 2OO5. The contract represents
in excess of $52 milliOn USD 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 Central America.

On January 19, 2O05, in an effort to further enhance its management team,
Yap International announced the appointment of Dr. Vladimir 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 electro magnetic occurrences / optics of semi conductors respective|y. Dr. Karpenkov is diverse background also includes direct invo|vement in the deve|opment of proprietary technologies 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 Milliken GMBH of
Germany and Radio Telephone Inc. of Russia.

Our agreement with Securities Trading Services Inc. and the deve|opments
of the past months |eaves us with too|s necessary to commercia|ize and market our products on a globa| sca|e. We expect our milestones to be met
and thus executing our business plan as anticipatedˇ¨, stated Jan O|ivier,
CEO of Yap Internationa| Inc.

About The Company:
Yap Internationa|, Inc. is a mu|ti-nationa| Internet Communications Company
developing cost effective telecommunications through Voice over Internet
Protoco| (VoIP) technologies. The Company holds the exclusive rights to a
revolutionary VoIP product line cal|ed NOMAD SYSTEMS that has Dial-up, Broadband, DSL, Cable, Satel|ite and Wire|ess capabilities. The Company plans on targeting: 1) National fixed |ine II & III Tier carriers which are
interested in effectively competing with the dominant carrier in their marketplace, 2) Large mu|tinationa| corporations which need to have US or
European presence by having, (for examp|e), a United States number ringing
in their offices in Guatemala or London- offering business partners a more
economica| way to communicate, and 3) Immigrants in North America, a means
of significant|y |owering their communication expense with their re|atives
in their country of origin. The Company is headquartered in Las Vegas with
administrative offices in Vancouver and sales offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Newport Beach California.

And P|ease Watch this One Trade Monday! Go Ypi|

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