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i love it!!...
the soap opera continues...

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All this commotion makes for great swing plays.

Pagan is the King GTE Swinger.

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Up 20% at HOD. GTE makes swing plays easy with they're SP volitility. GLTA!!

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Anyone else get in besides us?

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80,000 * 1.14
thanks Pagon!!!

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Looks like we are giving up the little gains from yesterday.
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I expect a major SP spike/uptrend end of next week. GTE to deliver 2-hour presentation/webcast at the Cowen and Company 34th Annual Technology Conference Thursday, June 1, 2006 8:45 a.m. ET.

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quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
I expect a major SP spike/uptrend end of next week. GTE to deliver 2-hour presentation/webcast at the Cowen and Company 34th Annual Technology Conference Thursday, June 1, 2006 8:45 a.m. ET.

In anticipation of this event do not be surprised to see the GTE market movers slowly but surely drive the share price down in anticipation of a SP spike. Today's low volume may be an indicator that this is happening.
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Waiting for the next buying opportunity to swing trade this one again. Thanks for the heads up Pagan.

Pagan, is your next entry price under $1? Mine is.

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quote:
Originally posted by Peaser01:
Waiting for the next buying opportunity to swing trade this one again. Thanks for the heads up Pagan.

Pagan, is your next entry price under $1? Mine is.

I don't see anything in the forseeable future that should drive the price down below $1. It appears GTE has built some support in the high teens and low 20's. I added a new swing position in the teens and look for a gradual move up heading into next week with a spike around the time of the Cowen & Co presentation/webcast. GLTA!

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Pagan,

Could you please tell me where I can see the Cowen webcast?

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companyboardroom.com/conferencecall.asp?date=20060601&client=forbes
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Pagan,

Could you please tell me where I can see the Cowen webcast?

http://investor.globetel.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=67726&p=irol-EventDetails&EventId=1 320488

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Know the enemy [Embarrassed] )

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rupert_Murdoch

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Excellent report, ehya. A 34% stake in Direct TV means that GTE is a definate threat looming on the horizon for satellite broadband and tv. The enemy is attacking! It is amazing the amount of control Murdoch has created in his empire...and we did not elect him.
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Anyone attending the stockholder meeting on June 21st?
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I would like to go back, I get back from Colombia that afternoon.

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click on this link for entire article
http://www.scenta.co.uk/scenta/news.cfm?cit_id=809754&FAArea1=customWidgets.cont ent_view_1

"Back across the Atlantic it is possible that a US firm, Sanswire, could have the answer as it prepares to launch its own version of a high-altitude airship: the Stratellite, designed to be stationed at 65,000ft. Stratellite's developer hopes that it will then remain in place to an accuracy of one GPS co-ordinate, providing seamless wireless coverage over approximately 300,000 square miles.

With the first Stratellite technology demonstrator due to be launched from Edwards Air Force Base next month Sanswire is currently well ahead of Lockheed in its development of a high-altitude platform. At 126ft, the Stratellite is considerably shorter than the HAA but the major difference between the two is that the Stratellite is a rigid airship, rather than the more balloon-like HAA.

Sanswire's president, Bob Jones, questioned Lockheed's decision to base the HAA on a non-rigid design. He pointed to potential problems that occur when helium leaks through material because of the small size of the individual gas molecules.

'The traditional non-rigid design is a mistake because it means that the envelope itself has to be extremely thick to retain the helium,' claimed Jones. 'The Japanese in their work on airships have found that already. Those types of non-rigid balloon-type airships are fine at low altitude but even then the helium has to be reconditioned regularly. Lockheed will find the same.'

The Stratellite demonstrator will test Sanswire's photovoltaic solar cells as well as the batteries that will store the generated energy and a variety of different electric motors. The Stratellite is equipped with a sophisticated on-board computer that runs the airship's guidance and navigation system, allowing it to run autonomously or be remote controlled from a control centre on the ground. This computer system also automatically monitors the level of power that has been generated and distributes that power to the Stratellite's different subsystems as required.

Proving Grace's earlier assertion that the weather conditions at high altitude pose the biggest challenge to stratospheric platforms, Sanswire used CFD analysis and wind tunnel testing to aid in the airship's design as well as developing a specialised composite fibre to coat the airship, specifically designed to minimise helium loss.

'Our airship is an advanced rigid design, using an extremely lightweight envelope and very lightweight materials such as carbon composite rods in the structure to give a strong but light vehicle,' said Jones. 'One of the biggest challenges is getting the airship through the jet stream safely so it must be strong.'

Inside the Stratellite the difference with the HAA becomes clear. A network of criss-crossing carbon composite frame beams effectively compartmentalise the individual bags that contain the helium. According to Jones, the Stratellite is the only airship that uses this internal design and with its series of individual helium balloons the risk of gas leaking is greatly minimised.

According to Jones, the environment in the stratosphere poses a number of problems for airships, especially if they are expected to stay there for long periods of time.

'At 65,000ft it is extremely cold which will affect the battery while at the same time the engines have to be kept cool, because they can easily overheat at that height,' said Jones. 'We have put a lot of developmental work into cooling the engine and particularly the photovoltaic cells because they can reach 160-180o C.'

Sanswire has developed a unique proprietary cooling system that is built into the solar panel to keep it cool.

Many of the broadband wireless technologies that the Stratellite will use are being developed by Sanswire's parent company Globetel at its German base, which works with the University of Stuttgart. Within the next month some of these will be tested on-board one of NASA's high-altitude aircraft which are capable of reaching altitudes of up to 65,000ft.

Jones and his team have grand ambitions for the Stratellite and he dreams of providing a national wireless broadband network using a fleet of airships. However, possible future applications for the Stratellite also extend to areas such as border control and battlefield surveillance as well as climate research.

For those who thought the future of the airship went down with the Hindenburg, it would seem the tide is finally turning back in favour of this most graceful of vehicles, as the next generation of airship begins to take shape. Meanwhile, back in Akron, the town is still buzzing. For Don Plusquellic, the town's mayor, this rebirth of the blimp is fantastic news. 'The airships are back and it's thrilling,' he said."

Source: The Engineer

Date Published: May 23, 2006

Date Last Modified: May 23, 2006
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Press Release Source: GlobeTel Communications Corp.


GlobeTel Expands Its VoIP Voice Platform into Brazil with the Launch of iLigue.com.br
Wednesday May 31, 10:31 am ET


FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 31, 2006--GlobeTel Communications Corp. (AMEX:GTE - News), today announced that its newly-launched, customized, VoIP-based communications network for Brazil, iLigue.com.br offers Brazilian telecom customers an unparalleled level of flexibility and cost-efficiency, whether calling next door or around the world.
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Following the introduction two weeks ago of VozBrasil.com, a VoIP network designed specifically for Brazilians living in the United States, iLigue(TM) is today being rolled out in conjunction with GlobeTel's Brazilian partners -- first in the northeastern region of Brazil, then continuously throughout the remainder of the country. This extraordinarily flexible communications network allows Brazilian residents to obtain a telephone number in Brazil, the US or in any other country without the need for either broadband Internet access or special equipment.

Any iLigue.com.br customer in Brazil who would like his friends or family in the US to be able to call him -- without incurring the normal charges associated with making calls from the US to Brazil -- can now have a local US phone number issued to him by GlobeTel. This US number is linked with any location the Brazilian customer elects -- that is: his home phone, his business phone or his cell phone -- and when called by his US-based Brazilian friends or relatives, that phone will ring instantly in Brazil. And, when the call is completed, the caller will be charged only for a local US call.

Dan Erdberg, President of GlobeTel's VoIP Division, stated, "Telecommunications tariffs in Brazil are extremely high. We've developed a system specifically for Brazil that not only allows our customers to have local phone numbers and service in Brazil, with the ability to call within their state or anywhere in the country at a very low cost, but it also gives them the ability to have a US-based phone number that can be forwarded to their Brazil-based cell phone, home phone or office phone. This is very useful for Brazilians who do business in the US, or those with family connections in the US, for example sons and daughters studying in America or other relatives who have emigrated to America. In addition, we've dramatically reduced the cost of international calls made on our network from Brazil to other countries."

Timothy Huff, CEO of GlobeTel Communications stated, "The Brazilian people have a very solid history of progressive thought ingrained throughout their culture, their society and within their business communities. When we decided to make GlobeTel's VoIP technology available to local business partners, the first country that we considered was Brazil. It is not only the fifth most populous country in the world and the second largest economy in the western hemisphere, but it is also a shining example of familial harmony and self-sufficiency. With those unique demographic and cultural attributes in mind, we concluded that it was exactly the right strategy to link our special technology to users in one of the most forward-thinking countries in our hemisphere."

Within minutes of registering online, an iLigue(TM) customer can have his own Brazilian or US phone number assigned and operating. This real-time feature is one of the many conveniences iLigue(TM) customers can enjoy. Additionally, with advanced telephony features such as digital voicemail and customizable "follow me" services (a form of call forwarding), iLigue(TM) customers can now have access to a range of new and exciting telephony options.

By making contact through http://www.iLigue.com.br or by calling 55.82.4009.5100, both business clients and individual customers anywhere in Brazil can begin enjoying highly cost-effective calling plans starting at under 50 Real per month.

About GlobeTel VoIP

GlobeTel VoIP is a retail-oriented business unit specializing in flexible, carrier class VoIP platforms built specifically for service providers. GlobeTel's StrateVoIP(TM) product is a private-label solution designed for ISPs, cable companies, telcos, and all other providers who wish to offer VoIP services to their local markets. The StrateVoIP platform is operated using GlobeTel's proprietary VoIP software, which allows clients to design completely customized calling packages to fit the needs of their specific local markets. This unique, customizable solution provides everything required by any service provider to become a leader in VoIP technology without the usual obstacles involved in building out a carrier-class VoIP platform. With the StrateVoIP platform, service providers can utilize their own private label, deliver a single bill and provide direct customer support to their customers.

Certain statements in this release constitute forward-looking statements or statements which may be deemed or construed to be forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The words "forecast," "project," "intend," "expect" "should," "would," and similar expressions and all statements, which are not historical facts, are intended to identify forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements involve and are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which could cause the Company's actual results, performance (finance or operating) or achievements to differ from future results, performance (financing and operating) or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements.


Contact:
GlobeTel Communications Corp., Fort Lauderdale
Robert Bleckman, 954-775-1427

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quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
I expect a major SP spike/uptrend end of next week. GTE to deliver 2-hour presentation/webcast at the Cowen and Company 34th Annual Technology Conference Thursday, June 1, 2006 8:45 a.m. ET.

Very quiet here following this morning's webcast. Not much price action at very low volume.
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
I expect a major SP spike/uptrend end of next week. GTE to deliver 2-hour presentation/webcast at the Cowen and Company 34th Annual Technology Conference Thursday, June 1, 2006 8:45 a.m. ET.

Very quiet here following this morning's webcast. Not much price action at very low volume.
Agreed. I had expected more of a move with the presentation. But with that said, I see no negative news lurking in the shadows, so a slow climb should be on tap. Additional noteworthy PR's should provide for intraday spikes along the way IMO. GLTA!!

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Just got my proxy vote in for the shareholders meeting. Three items up for vote:
(1). Election (or re-election) of officers
(2). Selection of accounting firm
(3). Increasing number of company shares from 150M to 250M

(1)and (2)are not too controversial unless you do not like any of the current officers. However,item (3) may be an issue - adding new shares usually dilutes the value of current shares - thus reducing share prices.

Any thoughts????

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Things seem to be kinda quiet on the topic of GTE prospects. I guess all us GTE stock holders are licking their wounds and muling over their losses (myself included). Will we ever see the $3-$4 pps level again??? Heck, at this point a $2 level would be a welcomed sight. Upcoming June shareholder's meeting should be interesting. Wonder how Huff will present his case for achieving all those performance objectives that were established (specially the one about increasing shareholder value). Also, this is probably the time to expect another incoming round from Motley Fool regarding the dire straits for GTE stock holders.
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what ever happened to air ship they still blowing it up by mouth
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quote:
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what ever happened to air ship they still blowing it up by mouth

Based on recent releases there is enough hot air at the GTE Director's level to blow up many, many air ships.
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I have a question.......Scottrade has a "show exchange" setting on their streamer...Gte is showing 6 different exchanges at different bid and ask, GTE, GTE.A, GTE.C, GTE.M, GTE.P, AND GTE.T. Does anyone know about this and can clarify the different exchanges? They also show an option chain...
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At this loss rate, GTE should be under $1.00 by the time of the stock holders meeting in late June. Back on 16 May GTE closed at $1.67. A loss of almost .45 in just over three weeks. I need to have a .28 increase just to get to my breakeven point.
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Im in Colombia on vacation, and can see how the area would definitely benefit from a stratellite. The terrain has far greater variations then I ever imagined.
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GlobeTel Adds Conformed Signatures to 2004, 2005 Form 10-K, Additional Information to Footnote in 2005 Form 10-K
Business Wire - June 09, 2006 12:16

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Jun 09, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- GlobeTel Communications Corp. (AMEX:GTE), today amended its annual report on Form 10-K for the years 2004 and 2005 to include the conformed signature of its independent auditor Dohan & Co. CPAs, on the audit report filed electronically, and to clarify a paragraph in Section 10 on the Form 10-K for the year 2005. There were no changes to the financial statements.

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quote:
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Im in Colombia on vacation, and can see how the area would definitely benefit from a stratellite. The terrain has far greater variations then I ever imagined.

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Ya the mountains are a great place to launch a terrorist missle from when they bring the Blimp down for maintanance, or fly the thing up to go on station...Oh' wait a minute, is one of um even flying yet?

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quote:
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Originally posted by ehya:
Im in Colombia on vacation, and can see how the area would definitely benefit from a stratellite. The terrain has far greater variations then I ever imagined.

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Ya the mountains are a great place to launch a terrorist missle from when they bring the Blimp down for maintanance, or fly the thing up to go on station...Oh' wait a minute, is one of um even flying yet?

I do appreciate your prespective, but I consider that scenerio very unlikely. I find a very heavy military and police presence everywhere I go. I think a situation like that would only occur near the amazon; and I don't think Globetel has much interest in that area.

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Added a new swing position today. Things are looking ripe for a PPS spike with the GTE SHM scheduled for next week. Would not be surprised to see some positive PR's come out preceding the SHM. GLTA!

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News about the U.S.Forestry Service on the GlobeTel website. This could be the start of some great PR's before the shareholders meeting. Hearing about it from the conference is one thing, to read about it on the GlobeTel website is even better! GLTYA!
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Back on 10 April the GTE BOD set the following performance objective for HUFF:

"30 June 2006: Sanswire Networks, GlobeTel's High Altitude Airship program, will have completed the tethered testing of its Sanswire II technology demonstrator and will have performed an un-tethered free flight test at a significant altitude."

It will be interesting to see if this actually happens before the stockholder's meeting on 21 June 2006.

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yep awhole lot of news should be coming out before the shareholders meeting, are huff is D.O.A at that meeting. got more at 1.12, let it fly!!!!!!!!
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