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August 25, 2008

Paymotech releases YackieMax communications protocol

Paymotech, through its parent company Pay Mobile Technologies, owner of Yackie Telecom, has released its YackieMax communications protocol.

By CBR Staff Writer

According to Paymotech, YackieMax simplifies the way consumers use their mobile phone. Designed to complement an existing SIM card, YackieMax’s technology is expected to reduce current international calling rates, minimizing international call expenses.

The company claims that YackieMax attaches to the consumers local SIM card and bypasses the unnecessary tasks of downloading software, dialing 800 numbers and using PIN codes for calls abroad; it also covers over 190 countries with rates starting as low as 2.5 cents per minute.

Matthew Eisenberg, business development manager for Yackie Telecom, said: YackieMax is going to revolutionize the international communication industry. It was formulated specifically for its ease of use, convenience and competitive rates. Customers can expect no connection fees, no access fees and a per minute billing system, as opposed to three to five minute increments.

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