LEAGUE CITY, TX--(Marketwire - Oct 4, 2012) - ERF Wireless (
Dr. H. Dean Cubley, CEO of ERF Wireless, commented, "Our subsidiary, Energy Broadband Inc., continues to do an outstanding job of expanding its presence in the domestic oil and gas sector. Since the majority of the company's revenues are now derived from the oil and gas industry, and that business has continued to expand and generate new high-margin revenues during Q3 2012, the company believes it is reasonable to give our shareholders a certain level of positive guidance that the company is successfully executing its business plan in Q3 2012. Of course, it is impossible to provide more quantitative results, at this time, such as will be available when the company files its Q3 2012 financials. However, there is no doubt the continued improvement in our overall performance is bringing the company very near to achieving our goal of profitability and positive cash flow."
About ERF Wireless
ERF Wireless Inc. is a fully reporting public corporation located in League City, Texas, and is the parent company of Energy Broadband Inc., ERF Enterprise Network Services, ERF Wireless Bundled Services, ERF Wireless Messaging Services and ERF Network Operations. The company specializes in providing wireless and broadband product and service solutions to enterprise, commercial and residential clients on a regional, national and international basis. Its principals have been in the wireless broadband, network integration, triple-play FTTH, IPTV and content delivery business for more than 40 years. For more information, please visit our websites at http://www.erfwireless.com/ and http://www.energybroadband.com/ or call 281-538-2101. (ERFBG)
Forward-looking statements in this release regarding ERF Wireless Inc. and Energy Broadband Inc. are made pursuant to the "safe harbor" provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Investors are cautioned that such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties, including, without limitation, continued acceptance of the company's products, increased levels of competition, new products and technological changes, the company's dependence upon third-party suppliers, intellectual property rights, and other risks detailed from time to time in the company's periodic reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.