Sanwire Corporation Announces Trading Symbol Change to SNWR

 Sanwire Corporation(“Sanwire” or the “Company”) (OTCQB: NTMG), a global provider of wireless communications services and data solutions, is pleased to announces that effective June 25, 2013, the Company’s common sanwireshares are scheduled to commence trading under the new symbol “SNWR” (OTCQB: SNWR). The previous trading symbol was “NTMG”.

“We are pleased that we will be trading under the new symbol that accurately reflects our company name. The investing public and our customers know us as Sanwire Corporation and our new trading symbol is a positive step forward in building a synergy between our company and the financial markets,” stated Naiel Kanno, President and CEO of Sanwire.

About Sanwire Corporation
Sanwire is a global provider of wireless communications services, data solutions, and application software/hardware. Sanwire’s vertically integrated portfolio of solutions target a diverse array of enterprises and multiple disciplines with one goal in mind — deliver efficient and reliable communications. For more information, visit Sanwire has two wholly owned subsidiaries in its current portfolio, iPTerra Technologies and Aero Networks. iPTerra is a designer, developer, manufacturer and marketer of a real-time 2-way wireless and/or wireline communications, and mine-safety solution for the global mining and industrial industry ( Aero Networks provides advanced telecommunications and broadband services to rural communities and Native American tribes with focus on public safety, education and healthcare sectors. Aero is a pioneer in delivering 4G/LTE, TV White Space, and advanced wireless technologies (

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