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Wi-Fi TV Will Finance Anyone to Buy a Wi-Fi TV Channel
Posted: 28-Dec-2006 [Source: Wi-Fi TV]

[Wi-Fi TV looking to make "MySpace dead space and YouTube what tube" and is offering financing plans for the sale of Wi-Fi TV Channels.]

Orange County, CA -- Wi-Fi TV(TM) Inc. announced an in-house 2007 financing plan for the sale of Wi-Fi TV Channels, with more financing options to be added in the new year.

"While the conglomerates are using Snail TV and increasingly dead air space, Wi-Fi TV is using the growing global reach of the Internet to liberate and redefine the distribution of TV. While others are sleeping, Wi-Fi TV is outreaching," said Chairman Alex Kanakaris. "MySpace may be dead space and YouTube may be What Tube by the time our brand of Social Internet TV(TM) is fully implemented," he added.

Beginning in early January, Wi-Fi TV Inc. will offer the following finance packages:

For anyone who meets minimum credit requirements:

1) $2,000 down and and $2,000 per month for the first twelve months (for a total of $26,000), then $500 per month (or an annual fee of $5,000 per year) thereafter.

For anyone, regardless of credit background:

2) $12,500 down and then a zero interest one year financing of the balance of $12,500 with minimum quarterly payments of $4,175; then annual payments of $5,000 beginning in the second year.

The financing will be subject to terms and conditions contained in a contractual agreement which will be made available online at www.Wi-FiTV.com early in the new year.

"With our national independent sales team in place and growing, and global opportunities around the corner, Wi-Fi TV is ready to become the world leader in Social Internet TV and redefine the distribution of television. Wi-Fi TV is giving the airwaves back to the people, and making new TV channels available for viewing anywhere in the world with a high speed Internet connection," said Joe Soto, National Sales Manager, Wi-Fi TV Inc.

"We are also making new sales materials available for our sales team to help ensure sales success for Wi-Fi TV in 2007, and anyone can find out more about this by sending an email to moreinfo@wi-fitv.com," Mr. Soto added.

"While other companies are resting for the holidays, Wi-Fi TV is working around the clock to launch our 2007 business plan and making many changes and additions to the Wi-Fi TV web site," Mr. Soto concluded.

About Wi-Fi TV Inc.

Wi-Fi TV Inc. provides a new generation TV delivery platform that has a geographic sphere out-distancing any traditional cable or over-the-air TV broadcaster. Ownership of Wi-Fi TV Channels is for sale at $25,000 (full details are on the web site www.Wi-FiTV.com).

The Wi-Fi TV Channel Sales Blog is at http://www.wi-fitvchannelsales.blogspot.com

Wi-Fi TV memberships are free at www.Wi-FiTV.com

The Company was launched in 1995 and has been publicly traded since November 1997, and has been a pioneer in the delivery of video and books over the Internet.

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