ICOA Revises and Updates Website to Reflect Present Status
WARWICK, RI, Dec 03, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — ICOA, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ICOA) today announced that it has completed the documentation for the cancellation of the second tranche of 1.0 billion shares held by related parties. It would be effective by December 7, 2010.
Following up on its previous announcement on October 7, 2010, to reduce the existing issued and outstanding shares over the next quarter, the Company is pleased to execute the second cancellation.
The company has taken the steps to revise and update its website and it anticipates introducing a number of the updates in the first half of December 2010.
The Company is also working on the completion of the financials of the previous years. Since there has been no reporting for several years, this effort will not be completed until the first quarter of 2011.
About ICOA ICOA, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ICOA) is a national provider of wireless and wired broadband Internet networks in high-traffic public locations. ICOA provides design, installation, operation, maintenance and management of WI-FI hot-spot and hot-zone Internet access. Based in Warwick, Rhode Island, ICOA owns or operates broadband access installations in high-traffic locations across 40 states, located in airports, quick-service restaurants, hotels and motels, travel plazas, marinas etc. ICOA networks are compatible with widely-used 802.11x technology and with virtually all Internet service providers. Further information is at www.icoacorp.com.
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