Everybody’s Phone Company, Inc. Hits a Record Price Jump
19 May 2010

Everybody’s Phone Company, Inc. (OTC:EVPH) made a record price jump on the stock market yesterday as it recorded 75.4% appreciation to close on $0.1 with a total volume of 1.615 million traded shares.   

Following the chart, we can see that during the last month there was a price resistance level at 0.50, and the historical quotes of the company show mostly negative price changes. There are no official financial reports of the company, though its website contains detailed information on the EVPH stock moves.

Everybody’s Phone Company, Inc. offers local and long distance service on a prepaid basis, including a “bare bones” product providing unlimited local dial tone and 911 emergency access. On April 26, 2010 the company announced it was  negotiating a reseller agreement with a major long distance service provider to bundle with its prepaid home telephone service. If the negotiations are successful, EVPH expects to increase its revenues and add another profit center to its revenue stream.

EVPH claims its long-term goal is to become a nationally branded provider of prepaid telephone services to residential and business customers across the United States. Still we find no recent news on the company’s present deals and cannot make further projections on its stock movement.

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