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IntelliPages: No business too large or small.

ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 25, 1996--The marketing and sales appeal of IntelliPages has no boundaries.

From large insurance and real estate companies to small boutique shops and cafes, from restaurants and attorneys to hotels, limousines and microbreweries, IntelliPages is ``the place to be'' for business on the World Wide Web.

``It's been true since we launched IntelliPages,'' says Brian Creath, ``but it's even more so now with our new access card.''

Creath, president of IntelliPages' parent company, HitCom Corp. (OTC:HITT), refers to a card that will provide city information via telephone that was previously limited to Internet access.

``The card gives IntelliPages access to 100 percent of the population,'' Creath says.

``As a direct result, it further demonstrates to the business world that IntelliPages is a major player in sales and marketing.''

The IntelliPages card will be available at the introductory price of $19.95 from Dec. 2, 1996, to Jan. 2, 1997.

In slightly more than a year, IntelliPages has become a full-service local presence on the Internet featuring global access to 12 U.S. cities. The number of cities will increase to 20 in 1997 and more than 200 by 1999.

``With IntelliPages,'' Creath says, ``we have created an entirely new world of shopping capabilities.''

Small wonder that IntelliPages' business clients already include:
 Adams Mark St. Louis Bread Co.
 Cellular Plus Cafe Italia
 Jiffy Lube CD Warehouse
 75th Street Brewery Car-X Muffler & Brakes
 Holiday Pools of Kansas City American Family Insurance
 Ponderosa Steak House Charlie Gitto's
 Lewis of London Lynch Street Bistro
 Mail Boxes Etc. Rothschild Development
 The Sound Room Basically Bagels
 RE/MAX Gateway Coldwell Banker




``IntelliPages provides a vast range of marketing and sales opportunities for all kinds of businesses,'' Creath says.

Creath says IntelliPages is seeking and should appeal to ``every nook and cranny'' of the business marketplace -- international, national, regional and local.

``We've seized the moment in city network site marketing and sales,'' Creath says. ``And now -- with innovations like the IntelliPages card -- we've brought access and convenience to local businesses that the Web has never seen before.''

CONTACT: HitCom Corp., St. Louis

Brian Creath, 314/231-1000, ext. 806
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