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Echo Satcom Wins New Reseller Agreement for Its SatMAX(R) Product Line With Leading Provider of Satellite Communications Equipment to U.S. Military

June 16, 2008

Echo Satellite Communications, Inc. (Other OTC: ECSC), a leading global provider of wireless, non-line-of-sight satellite communications products and services, announced today that DK Enterprise, Inc. will resell Echo’s SatMAX(R) advanced Iridium satellite communications system to its U.S. military customers. The Satellite Industry association estimates the global market for ground-based satellite communications equipment to exceed $28 billion.

“SatMAX(R) is unlike anything else available in the market. We are very excited about our new partnership with Echo SatCom,” said Jay O’Dell, CMO of DK Enterprises. “Our goal is to immediately start selling SatMAX(R) to our communications systems customers.”

“Coming on the heels of our recent success with the U.S. Navy, this new channel partner is an important confirmation of our technology. The DK Enterprise agreement allows Echo Satcom to offer its state of the art satellite telephone technology to all branches of the U.S. military,” said Don Bresina, CEO of Echo Satcom. “We are very excited about our new relationship with DK and we feel it will open up a whole new base of SatMAX(R) customers for us, allowing us to capture a significant portion of the ground based satellite communications market.”

A recently released, three-minute video explaining the full range of the features and capabilities of Echo’s SatMAX(R)products can be found at www.angelvisiontech.com/clients/echo_satellite.

For more information on Echo Satcom, visit www.echosatcom.com.

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