Data Call Technologies Reports Growth

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Data Call Technologies, Inc. - a dynamic content provider for the digital signage industry - has recently filed its 10Q with the SEC.

Sales revenue for the three and six months ended June 30, 2008 were $83,745 and $154,372, respectively, compared to $47,373 and $55,413, respectively, for the three and six-month periods ended June 30, 2007, representing an increase of 76.78 percent and 178.58 percent, respectively, from the prior period.

Projected revenue for Q3-2008 is $107,000. This represents a 27-percent increase over the previous quarter. Projected cash expenses for Q3-2008 are $109,000. Projected revenue for the next 12 months of operations is $1,100,000, with projected cash expenses of $770,000. The Company's operations are projected to enter a cash flow positive position in the fourth quarter of 2008.

"I am quite impressed in the growth of this company within the last few months. This company is becoming a powerhouse. Data Call tirelessly ventured into uncharted waters, and blew the competition away from the start. I am elated with the rapid direction that Data Call is moving in," stated newly appointed Data Call board member Don Armstrong, a current Microsoft Executive.

The company's content can be viewed in office buildings, gas stations, elevators, hospitals, banks, as well as digital outdoor billboards throughout the country. The company is also moving forward in its negotiations with government facilities, while continuing to strengthen its core business.

For more information on Data Call products/services, visit www.datacalltech.com.

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