INGEN TECHNOLOGIES and ATMC Inc. AGREE WITH PURCHASE AND AGREEMENT OF ACQUISITION
-INGEN ENTERING MULTI-BILLION DOLLAR TELECOMMUNICATIONS WITH EXISTING REVENUE-
Ingen Technologies, Inc.’s (OTC Pink: IGNT) is pleased to announce that on April 11, 2013 the company and ATMC Inc. have finalized the negotiations and anticipate signing the Purchase and Agreement of Acquisition early next week.
The Southern California based ATMC, is an Inter-Exchange Carrier licensed by the FCC for domestic and International Telecommunications services, providing voice services serving Domestic and International Public and Private Telephone Companies. ATMC began business in 1989, and continues to provide services in the changing digital communication industry. To learn more about ATMC please visit www.useatmc.com.
“We are pleased to announce that Bob Ellis, President of ATMC, and Ingen have agreed to all of the terms and condition of the acquisition. ATMC has existing telecommunication routes, and is expanding its operation as a wholly owned subsidiary of Ingen. Diversifying our business model provides for stronger revenues in the growing telecommunications industry. As a result, Ingen will own proprietary technology in both the telecommunications and medical industries. The agreement will be executed next week, and another announcement will be made. ATMC’s new business plan calls for a $25M investment to expand routes and develop new contracts with various telephone companies,” stated Gary B. Tilden, Chairman.
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Ingen Technologies, Inc.
Contact: Gary Tilden