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WebTech Wireless Promotes Chan to Senior Vice President Worldwide Sales and Marketing

August 28, 2007

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA - WebTech Wireless Inc., a provider of location-based and fleet Telematics services, announced that Neil G. Chan has been promoted to the position of Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales and Marketing, according to Chan's current role will expand to include all businesses and territories within Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Latin America.

"Neil has demonstrated an outstanding ability to lead and manage our sales and marketing team," said Anwar Sukkarie, President and CEO, WebTech Wireless. "WebTech Wireless has built a significant funnel of opportunities because of the efforts of Neil and the North American sales and marketing team. We believe that the same effectiveness and success that Neil has demonstrated will improve our results worldwide now that all sales and marketing efforts are under the same leadership. I wish Neil all the success in his new role and responsibility."

"The commercial fleet and OEM automotive industry is in a massive process of consolidation and growth for the adoption of fleet management and location-based products and services. For WebTech Wireless, it's about execution. With common rules of engagement and practices there will be a significant improvement in productivity and in our financial results across all markets," said Chan.

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