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netTALK Announces Early Holiday Promotion

The holidays are coming early for new netTALK.com, Inc. ("netTALK"); (OTCBB: NTLK) DUO customers. The telecommunications, consumer electronics and cloud technology company and developers of the only patented VoIP telephone (netTALK DUO / DUO WiFi) device that connects via wireless, USB, or traditional Internet connection, today announced its “Season to Celebrate” promotion offering a $10 Free International Credit with the purchase of any DUO device. The promotion begins on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 22) and runs through Christmas Day (Dec. 25, 2012).

“This is a great opportunity to throw away your old phone and start taking advantage of the incredible savings and call quality netTALK’s DUO product line offers,” said Cedric Guillory, netTALK’s Senior Director of Marketing. “Of course it also makes for the perfect holiday gift. Everyone wants to be liberated from high monthly phone bills without sacrificing quality. Moreover, any DUO device is simple to use as it just plugs directly into your router, computer or additionally via Wi-Fi with our DUO WiFi model. And you can even keep your existing number.”

Mr. Guillory states this holiday offer applies to all DUO purchases made direct and from all retail locations and online retail channels. The only restriction is that each device must be registered by Dec. 31, 2012 using promo code: INTL2012

“You can purchase the netTALK DUO WiFi for the incredibly low price of $64.95 and just $49.95 for the original netTALK DUO - the revolutionary, easy-to-use VoIP device that consumers everywhere count on for unbeatable reliability, call quality and an industry best host of free features too numerous to mention,” added Guillory. “That price also includes one-year of free calling throughout the United States and Canada and each additional year is only $29.95 plus tax. Just compare that to your current monthly phone bill to see the enormous amount of savings.”

He continues: “There is no better solution to the high cost of international calling other than calling DUO to DUO, which is always free. This is particularly attractive to members of the military who are stationed overseas or friends and loved ones living abroad. But with this promotion, get any netTALK DUO device and use your $10 free International Credit to connect with friends and family anywhere in the world this holiday season.”

To find a list of retailers or where to buy, go to where to buy and for additional information on any of the netTALK DUO products, go to www.nettalk.com.

About netTALK.com, Inc.

netTALK.com, Inc. is a public company (and multi-product company) engaged in the design, distribution and sale of consumer electronics products and low-cost Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone services. Products include the netTALK DUO and DUO WiFi and the newly updated iOS (Apple) and Droid Smartphone app’s (which works on most mobile devices), offering free nationwide calling in US and Canada. Users have the option to add international calling TALK credits for calling anywhere in the world without using cellphone minutes or roaming charges, eliminating the need for calling cards or contracts /monthly billed international callings plans from your cellphone providers. You can download the free app to your mobile device at iTunes or Google Play and Amazon App Store.

About the netTALK DUO VoIP Product Line

Winner of PCMag.com and Laptop Editors' Choice awards, and officially designated "Business-Ready" by PCWorld, the netTALK DUO is a revolutionary VoIP telephone device and digital phone service. The tiny netTALK DUO enables free nationwide calls to any phone in the US and Canada from anywhere in the world and comes with a full list of free calling features detailed at www.nettalk.com. The netTALK DUO simply plugs directly into a modem (or computer) and works with any home phone and you can also keep your existing number. The netTALK DUO WiFi is the next step in the evolution by operating from any WiFi connection, and the netTALK DUO II is the same as the netTALK DUO, but offered at a lower introduction price point with a shorter initial calling plan.

netTALK offers a number of inexpensive international calling plans for the DUO line of products that is suited for every budget.

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More information is at www.netTALK.com.

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