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Interlink Global Corp. Announces Expansion Plan for Latin American Network.

Plan Adds Significant Telephone and Data Traffic to Interlink's International Infrastructure

MIAMI -- Interlink Global Corp. (OTC:ILKG) today announced the operational and expansion plans for 2007 of its Latin American Network which includes NGTV (New Global Telecom Venezuela), one of the largest fully licensed telecom network companies operating in Venezuela, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of ILKG. The entire network which includes holdings in several countries in Latin America and which will include up to five in total by year's end will, when fully expanded, insure Interlink its place in the forefront of major telephone service providers in South America. Interlink is in position to become one of the largest VoIP telecom and data services providers in the region.

According to Mr. Severino Rivano, Vice President of Interlink Global, and President of NGTV, "We are currently converting the entire network from TDM to IP. This will definitely increase the efficiency and capacity of the network as more and more services become available. We have the equipment in place to do this, and we expect that this conversion will be nearing completion by the end of the first quarter of 2007."

The substantial amounts of telephone and data traffic currently being generated by ILKG's other Latin American subsidiaries in Ecuador, Colombia, and also in Venezuela, will be routed through NGTV's existing infrastructure while using Interlink's US infrastructure as a back-up to maximize efficiency and to enhance profitability. The network conversion, already begun, will expand the system capacity even further, as Interlink will then be able to leverage its existing purchasing power and its extensive contacts in the region to further reduce prices while maintaining margins, resulting in lower telecom and data transmission charges to its customers.

NGTV presently has over 500 corporate clients in Venezuela for the different products and services it offers and many national and international carriers established in Venezuela currently use NGTV's transmission services for its high reliability and competitive prices. According to Mr. Rivano, "We are currently generating over $750,000 a month of revenues and anticipate increasing our revenues to over $1,000,000 per month in 2007 as the network expands."

Anastasios Kyriakides, Chairman of ILKG in describing the operating status of NGTV stated: "We are about to reach our first anniversary as the owners of NGTV. When we acquired the company it was laden with debt and had systems in disrepair and badly in need of upgraded equipment. In the first year, we reduced debt by $2,500,000, increased capacity by over 50% and upgraded the system to handle the most sophisticated telecom and data services available. We are in the final stages of our upgrade plan that we implemented when we acquired the company. In 2007, we will reap the rewards of these substantial efforts as we become one of the largest providers in the region. The proposed nationalization of CANTV, the largest telecom provider in Venezuela, which is owned by Verizon, will not adversely affect our operations, but could actually work to our benefit. We believe that many corporations may switch to our network if the government does actually attempt to run the largest telecom network in Venezuela, because of the perceived inability of government owned entities to provide the latest in products and services. However, if we were to be ever considered for nationalization, the return to our shareholders would be significant since NGTV today is worth many times the cost we paid for the company approximately a year ago."

About NGTV

NGTV, which has an eleven year Venezuelan telecom and data service provider operating history, is a provider of long distance and Internet services in Venezuela and has interconnection agreements with 30 national and international carriers. NGTV has developed alliances with national and international data carriers that permit the exchange of services through the use of national broadband and last mile connections in the cities where the network has coverage. NGTV has nodes in its offices serving Caracas, Valencia, Maracaibo plus other cities; MCI and Global Crossing serving Caracas; Procedatos and Infonet serving the city of Maracaibo and the Occidental region; and Digitel for the entire country. The Company also has direct connections to Los Angeles and Miami.

About Interlink Global

Interlink Global (OTC:ILKG), founded in 2002, provides telecommunication solutions around the world. As a leader in hosted VoIP telephony services, Interlink Global is currently doing business in North America, South America, Asia, the Middle East, and soon in the Pacific. Interlink Global provides SIP-based broadband telephony solutions, WiFi and WiMax applications, IV-PBX (Interlink Virtual PBX), Videophone, IPTV, (Internet Protocol Television), Marine Satellite Services, calling cards, and other enterprise services nationally and internationally. Interlink Global, using VoIP technology, provides long distance telephone services with full features at prices that are greatly reduced in comparison with traditional telephone companies. For more information about Interlink Global's products and services, please visit: .

Forward Looking Statements

This press release includes "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the federal securities laws, commonly identified by such terms as "believes", "looking ahead", "anticipates", "estimates" and other terms with similar meaning. Although the Company believes that the assumptions upon which its forward-looking statements are based are reasonable, it can give no assurance that these assumptions will prove to be correct. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company's projections and expectations are disclosed in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. All forward-looking statements in this press release are expressly qualified by such cautionary statements and by reference to the underlying assumptions.

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