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Axesstel Inc was originally formed in July 2000 as a California Corporation and through a reverse merger in August 2002 became Axesstel, Inc., a Nevada Corporation. The Company provides fixed wireless voice and broadband data access products for worldwide telecommunications. Its product portfolio includes fixed wireless phones, wire-line replacement terminals, and 3G and 4G broadband gateway devices used to access voice calling and high-speed data services. The Companys fixed wireless phones and 3G and 4G gateway products have similar functionality to phones and modems that use traditional landline telecommunications networks; however, its products are wireless and could be substituted for wired phones and modems. Its wire-line replacement terminals act as communication devices in homes where conventional handsets and wireless handsets could be plugged into its wireless terminal and serviced on a wireless network, as opposed to connecting to the fixed line provided by the local telephone or cable operator. Its products are based on CDMA, GSM, GPRS, WCDMA, and HSPA technologies. The Company develops and manufactures its products with third party engineering and manufacturing suppliers, particularly in China. The Company sells its products to telecommunications operators worldwide. It sells its products into developing countries where large segments of the population do not have telephone or internet service. In those markets, telecommunications operators deploy wireless networks as a more cost effective alternative to traditional wired communications. The Company also sells into developed countries where telecommunications operators are using wireless networks to augment or supplant existing wire-line infrastructure. Currently, its largest customers are located in the United States, Poland, Scandinavia and Saudi Arabia. The Companys products are incorporated into commercial wireless communications systems that are subject to regulation domestically by the Federal Communications Commission, or FCC, and internationally by other government agencies.
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