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TMCNet:  WVT Communications changes names to Alteva

[January 23, 2013]

WVT Communications changes names to Alteva

Jan 23, 2013 (M2 EQUITYBITES via COMTEX) -- Warwick Valley Telephone Company (NYSE MKT:WVT), a provider of cloud-based Unified Communications (UC) solutions, announced on Tuesday that it will immediately commence conducting business under its new name, Alteva.

All of the company's previous business units will now be doing business as Alteva. Also, consistent with its Alteva branding, the company's ticker symbol on the NYSE MKT exchange will be changed to 'ALTV', effective 4 February 2013, until which time its shares will continue to trade under the ticker symbol 'WVT'.

This official name change of the company will be effective upon receipt of shareholder approval, reflecting a single unified brand.

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