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[February 24, 2005]

DSLi - a VoIP, Internet and Voice Provider - Named the Official Internet Supplier for 'Internet Telephony Conference and Expo Miami 2005'

MIAMI, Feb. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- DSLi today announced a strategic partnership with Internet Telephony Conference and Expo Miami 2005, taking place February 22 - 25 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Miami, Florida ( http://www.itexpo.com/ ). Under the terms of the agreement, DSLi is the official broadband Internet access provider for the conference.
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The conference, which has supported the growing VoIP industry since 1999, will receive the full Internet package from DSLi, with four T1 lines providing conference exhibitors with all Internet needs.
DSLi also announced that in conjunction with its participation in the event, it will offer resellers the tremendous earnings potential of $3,000 at the sale of their first VOX3 PBX phone system of 20 lines or more. This represents an extraordinary increase in earnings over the standard commissions paid. The reseller needs to sign a resell agreement, but according to Ruben Perez-Sanchez, Co-Founder and Vice President of Marketing and Sales for DSLi, "The opportunities to sell VoIP are increasingly growing, and the earnings potential is very strong. We welcome new resellers to our DSLi team, knowing that excellent salespeople can do extremely well."
With its Voice over Internet Protocol -- VoIP -- technology, DSLi is representing a growing sector of the telecommunications industry, and is the only company in South Florida that can offer complete VoIP and data services in one package. With DSLi's unprecedented Disaster Recovery feature, a voice system that enables companies a virtual office with no boundaries at unbeatable rates and excellent quality, it is a system that can provide flexibility and cost savings other systems cannot.
Registration for the conference is now open at http://www.itexpo.com/ .

About DSLi:

DSLi is a "one-stop" telecommunications provider, distinguished through the use of Voice over the Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology. The company offers a full range of services, from VOX3 PBX -- the ultimate VoIP phone system offering basic and enhanced calling features -- to high-speed T1 Internet connections and a variety of voice solutions. DSLi is today the only company in South Florida that can offer VoIP and data services in one package. For more information, visit http://www.dsli.com/ .

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CONTACT: Ruben Perez-Sanchez, Co-Founder and Vice President of Marketingand Sales, DSLi, +1-305-779-5763, or ruben@dsli.com

Web site: http://www.dsli.com/http://www.itexpo.com/

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