DataJack, Inc. Announces Preliminary Year-End Results
Revenue Growth Climbs 30% Through Period
DALLAS, Feb. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- DataJack, Inc. (OTCQB: DJAK) today announced preliminary financial information relating to year ending December 31, 2012.
For the year ending December 31, 2012, revenue rose approximately 30%, to $2,515,055, an increase of $587,792, versus $1,927,263, for the comparable twelve month period of 2011. The increase in revenue was primarily attributable to revenue growth from our DataJack, Mobile broadband products.
Fourth quarter revenues were $625,421 versus $470,243 for the comparable period last year, an increase of $155,178.
Stuart Ehrlich, DataJack's Chief Executive Officer, commented, "We believe our performance through the period has set the stage for future growth through increased online sales, wireless store distribution, affiliate network growth through strong product demand."
"Consumer demand for mobile broadband Internet access continues to expand. We have positioned our products to create demand based on a variety of low cost plan options. Our revenue growth reflects strong demand for our mobile broadband products," commented Peter Sperling, DataJack's Secretary. "We are pleased with our efforts and 2012 results and will implement strategic initiatives towards continued revenue growth, extending market share, and growing retail and online distribution channels, while focusing on sustainable profitability."
About: - DataJack, Inc., is a provider of mobile broadband Internet access offering data coverage to 280 million people. DataJack provides high-speed, affordable Internet on the go to consumers using a PC, MAC, or any WIFI enabled device such as an iPad, tablet, smartphone or netbook. Consumers can purchase a DataJack MIFI Mobile Hotspot which can connect up to 5 WiFi-enabled devices simultaneously. For more information http://www.DataJack.com.
- Access to the internet is a prerequisite and will drive substantial future growth
- Mobile broadband subscriptions have grown around 60 percent year-on-year to 1.1 billion.
- Mobile broadband subscriptions are predicted to reach 5 billion in 2017
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