remark by that short seller gte4me or whatever. if the company were ever to be bought by the "big boys" we'd all do fabulously. you can tell the guy's an idiot. geez.
to China for Nov 3. Long term VOCL long and also
long ITXC. This has to be the news we've been waiting
for on VOCL. I thought the BELL news would move VOCL,
but again, I was wrong. Your posts are very helpful
to me. Thanks.
The comparison w PHCM is the proprietary
pathway(The standard thats not a standard, now thats cool) if
you want to go you have to go thru but you could go
around. Like theres a game in the park but we play on the
The hooker for me was the Ameritech
announcement. Then it was Sbc and Ameritech merging. Then it
was DT(whom owns 18% VOCL whom owns 16% ITXC) talking
to SBC. And BEll Atlantic and I cant even remeber
the others somebody can list them Im so convinced my
head is off to the next problem. There will be
announcements real announcements substantial announcements. And
if that isnt enough the earnings report on the 28th.
Doesnt it feel like NTOP that Sunday night before it
popped. Thats the similarity to N2Phone. Today stock had
the MM getting things in order I think they know
whats coming too. They took it back up and left it
where they got it so no one got hurt. Today it was
theres tommorrow the longs takeover. Go ITXC LOL
and everyone else who is waiting for my response.
First of all I would like to tell you I am flattered
that you think I either work for ITXC or know someone
at ITXC and am getting information from them. It
means 3 things.
1. You are wrong in both
assumptions. If you researched ITXC through its website, by
reading the prospectus, looked at all other competitors
or like competitors, and were diligent enough to
understand ITXCs' business like I do, along with some common
sense and vision you would know the hows and whats of
ITXCs business. Common sense would tell you that if for
example ATT was offering long distance they would NOT
route the calls through MCI Worldcom pipes if they have
their own. ITXC routes the calls through the net. They
dont need pipes. Why would they terminate on a gateway
that is not theirs? They wouldn't. They would dump it
off at the gateway that is the best (efficient and
quality wise) and that is closest to the call
destination. The call is then handed off. The closer they can
terminate the call to the destination, the less they pay
out to carriers. All of the information I have
provided is available on the internet. None of it is
confidential and it is all my opinion(based on the information
I have found).
2. You do not have the
understanding or knowledge about the business of ITXC. If you
did have you would have gotten it from the same
sources I did and would not have made the outrageous
accusations that you have. I guess it also means that I have
done a good job in my DD.
3. You are pretending
to be someone you are not. I know that and you know
that. Everyone else has to base their opinions on you
from what you have posted and likewise for me.
I will not be responding to you or your posts from
here on out because I know you are a fraud. Get help
for your attention deficit disorder.
Global One named 'Best Carrier' at the World
By Christopher Rose
Readers were asked to rate
carriers in term of carrier reach,
flexibilty, quality of service, range of services, technical
depth, pricing customer service and innovation.
The awards, inaugurated this year by Emap Media, the
publisher of Total Telecom, set out to recognise excellence
in the service provider and carrier communiity. In a
welcome message screened at the award ceremony, Arthur C.
Clarke, author and futurist said "it is about time the
work of the industry's pioneers was
Best Wholesale Carrier: Global TeleSystems (GTS)
ITXC Corp; KPNQuest)
Entrepreneur of the Year:
Runner-up, Tom Evslin CEO ITXC
and minutes. From prospectus.
September 30, 1998.............643,700
March 31, 1999..............11,076,600
Six month period
June 30, 1998.................$46,000
Telecommunications revenues do not include consulting
The growth rates in both minutes and revenues
year-over-year are phenominal. Earnings (and I'm sure minutes)
will be out next week. It should look good. Anyone
care to guess at the revenues?