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Waymark Internet Services Acquires Texas CyberConnect

The Internet Business Unit of Waymark Communications Adds to Its Portfolio


DALLAS, Tex., April 17, 1998 -- Waymark Communications, https://waymark.net, today announced the acquisition of Texas CyberConnect, http://www.txcc.net, a rapidly expanding Dallas-Fort Worth-based provider of dial-up and dedicated Internet access, Web site development and data warehousing. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

According to Mark W. Jones, President of Waymark Internet, "this, our third acquisition of an Internet company, will substantially increase Waymark's revenue and customer base as well as further expand its market share in the Fort Worth Downtown Business District so heavily targeted by Texas CyberConnect. Waymark intends on providing enhanced services not currently available to Texas CyberConnect customers. This should improve the revenues expected from this transaction." Mr. Jones added, "you can expect to see other Waymark acquisitions of telecommunications companies throughout Texas and the Southwest in the upcoming months."

�Texas CyberConnect's excellent reputation for service and reliability has contributed to its consistent growth in customer base," commented Mr. Jones. �Individual customers will continue to receive high-quality local access and support, enhanced with new and innovative services, while business and corporate customers gain access to a wide variety of broadband voice and data telecommunications services."

Pam Friedman, former Chief Executive of Texas CyberConnect, commented: �This is an exciting opportunity for Texas CyberConnect and its customers. The combined resources of Waymark, its subsidiaries, and now the addition of Texas CyberConnect�s customers, highlight the evolution of competition in the telecommunications industry. Through this acquisition, increased support and service can be offered to the collective customer base."

Waymark Communications, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is a non-facilities based telecommunications carrier that provides a comprehensive array of network services integrating voice, data and remote networking solutions for small- to mid-sized business customers. Waymark markets a variety of products and services through its telecommunications management unit, Telecom Analyst Group (TAG), including facilities and inventory management. Long distance service is provided through its subsidiary, One Plus Long Distance Company and Internet access is provided by another subsidiary, Waymark Internet Services, Inc. Waymark has been providing services nationally since 1991.

SOURCE Waymark Communications


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