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Total Call International Settles Lawsuit Brought by IDT and UTA

Total Call International, Inc. and IDT/UTA have reached a complete

settlement of the lawsuit brought by IDT Telecom, Inc. and Union

Telecard Alliance, LLC against Total Call. This brings to four the

number of defendant groups that have settled the litigation commenced by

IDT/UTA earlier this year. The other settling defendants to date are

Epana Networks, Inc., Dollar Phone Corp. and related companies, and

Locus Telecommunications, Inc.

On March 8, 2007, IDT/UTA commenced a lawsuit against several prepaid

calling card companies alleging false advertising and deceptive trade


While Total Call has denied all of the allegations in IDT/UTA’s

complaint, Total Call has agreed to be bound to the terms of a

stipulated injunction in connection with settlement. The stipulated

injunction was so-Ordered on November 8, 2007 by the Honorable Susan D.

Wigenton, United States District Court Judge for the District of New

Jersey, and requires Total Call to deliver minutes of telecommunications

time stated to consumers in voice prompts and in advertising. Pursuant

to the terms of settlement agreements reached earlier this year,

defendants that have settled to dateEpana,

Dollar, and Locusas well as plaintiffs IDT

and UTA, are bound by the terms of the injunction agreed to by Total


IDT/UTA’s lawsuit against the remaining defendants is still continuing

in federal court in Newark, New Jersey.

About IDT Telecom, Inc. and Union Telecard Alliance, LLC


Corporation (NYSE: IDT, IDT.C) is a multinational company with

operations that span various industries. Through its Telecom subsidiary,

IDT provides retail and wholesale telecommunications services and

products, including pre-paid and rechargeable calling cards, consumer

local, long distance, and wireless phone services, and wholesale carrier

services. UTA is one of the largest distributors of prepaid phone cards

in the United States and distributes over 200 different phone cards

throughout the country.