Tremcom to Lower Their Long Distance Rates For
Both US & International Calling Once Again;
Rate Change Will Apply To All Customers

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - (BUSINESS WIRE) - November 15, 1999 -  Tremcom International, Inc. announced today that it will be lowering rates on all it's long distance calling plans. Their new "Millennium" rates will go into effect December 1, 1999 and will offer domestic calling for only 7.9 a min., 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with No Monthly Fee. 

According to Tremcom's President Elias Saad, "With our combination of US and international rates at great, low prices it's not a question of why doesn't the customer switch to us, but how soon will they switch to us. AT&T, MCI & Sprint all charge monthly fees, offer their best rates only if you call at certain times, never have the most competitive rates, and have always overcharged the customer by rounding the calls up to the next full minute. We at Tremcom care about our customers and  therefore always offer our best deal. The better the deal, the harder it is for the customer to switch to someone else."

TremCom has established sales and marketing channels that penetrate niche ethnic  retail and business customers throughout the United States. Tremcom's strategic partner Primus Telecommunications Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:PRTL) continues to provide service through it's World Class Global Network and provide "back office" services and customer support. 

Primus is a Facilities-Based Emerging International Communications Company with  service to more than 230 countries. Primus specializes in delivering high quality, Global Telecommunication Solutions to meet third party carrier requirements for Domestic and International long distance traffic termination. Primus has strategically deployed its International gateways in many countries around the world including the USA, France, Japan, UK, Canada, Australia, Germany, Italy, Puerto Rico and the USVI. 

For more information on TremCom, contact Elias Saad at 1-888- 450-6844 or visit TremCom's web site at:

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