Integrated Communication Networks Inc. announces Thomas C. Scott as Vice-President of Sales and Marketing

Integrated Communication Networks Inc. announces Thomas C. Scott as Vice-President of Sales and Marketing

ALISO VIEJO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct. 26, 1999–

Integrated Communication Networks Inc. (OTCBB: ICNW) today announces the appointment of Thomas C. Scott as Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

“We are excited and proud that Tom has joined our team!”, said David J. Chadwick, President and CEO. “Tom brings over 25 years of telecommunication sales experience where he has successfully designed and executed sales and marketing programs for numerous rapidly expanding voice and data telecom companies. At ICN, Tom will be responsible for the continued expansion of our wholesale carrier and prepaid services.”

Mr. Scott has worked with various telecommunications companies; such as; AT&T (T), MCI (WCOM) , Primus Telecommunications (PRTL), TresCom, ITT/Metromedia and Satellite Business Systems.

About Integrated Communication Networks

ICN provides global telecommunication services to consumers, long distance carriers and Internet service providers. The company’s target markets are U.S., Latin America, Asia and now Europe. ICN provides international and domestic long distance services, international private lines and prepaid calling cards. ICN competes in the Long Distance Carrier Services Industry with other companies such as Qwest Communications (QWST), Star Telecom (STRX), Telefonos de Mexico (TMX), Global Crossing (GBLX), and MCI-Worldcom (WCOM).

Other than historical information contained herein, certain statements in this release are “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1994. Forward-looking statements in this release involve a number of risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, changes in market conditions, government regulation, technology, the international telecommunications industry, and the global economy, currency fluctuations, availability of transmission facilities, management of rapid growth, entry into new and developing markets, competition, customer concentration and attrition, and the expansion of the global network, as well as other factors that may significantly change expected results.

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