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The Future of Mobile Technology

Boasting Global Coverage and Satellite Messaging

Advance TC Limited (OTC: ATCLF), is a premier mobile technology company specializing in the design, development and commercialization of high tech mobile wireless computing and telecommunication devices. They developed the world’s first 4G LTE Android Satellite Messaging Smartphone, and are committed to advancing mobile technology, especially in relation to satellite enabled telephony. With significant and increasing orders, smart investors are excited about the Advance TC’s potential to revolutionize the way people communicate and do business.


AdvanceTC Limited Secures DTC Eligibility

AdvanceTC Limited, (OTC: ATCLF) the manufacturer of the world’s first Android smartphone with satellite messaging and emergency service announces that the company has secured DTC Eligibility by The Depository Trust Company for its shares on the OTC effective March 5, 2021.

The Depository Trust Company (DTC) is a subsidiary of the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation DTCC, and manages the electronic clearing and settlement of publicly traded companies. Securities that are eligible to be electronically cleared and settled through the DTC are considered “DTC eligible.” This electronic method of clearing securities speeds up the receipt of stock and cash, and thus accelerates the settlement process for investors.

Chief Executive Officer, CP Loi said in a statement: “We are pleased to announce that we have obtained DTC eligibility, effective March 5, 2021. Becoming DTC-eligible greatly simplifies the process of trading and exchanging our common stock. We continue to make positive steps to grow the Company. We would like to thank our legal counsel, advisors and transfer agent, Vstock Transfer, for their guidance through this process. We will continue to update our shareholders on our progress.”

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5 Reasons to Watch Advance TC

  1. Multiple Patents The technology and processes used to build Advance TC’s groundbreaking satellite phones are proprietary to the company. 
  2. Proven Technology First of its kind ‘True Convergent Device’ technology fuses a full Android OS, with satellite enabled telephony. 
  3. Robust Strategy Advance TC has a Go to Market strategy that includes healthy sales goals, strategic partnerships, and timely press releases. 
  4. Experienced Leadership The Advance TC management team has decades of success in technology and communications. 
  5. Growing Market The satellite phone market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4% through 2023 and AdvanceTC is already establishing itself as a leader in the highly desirable satellite connected smartphone segment of the market. 


First Looks at the Xplore X7U, the World’s Most Advanced Android Satellite Smartphone

With the release of its latest flagship smartphone, The Xplore X7U, AdvanceTC is making a globally connected satellite smartphone more appealing than ever. Combining advanced communications technologies and the cutting edge smartphone features users demand, The Xplore X7U could be a real game changer for AdvanceTC and its investors.

Next Generation Mobile Technology in a Growing Market

Advance TC Limited (OTC: ATCLF)  is the creator of the AdvanceTC brand of mobile computing devices. They have redefined mobile productivity by developing the AdvanceTC W3, a full Android ® OS microcomputer with cellular telephony capabilities, fully designed and developed using their own patented proprietary technology and engineering.

What is it really that separates a regular cell phone and a satellite phone? There are a few key differences that are important to the broader discussion of the potential of the satellite phone market as a whole. While cellular phones connect to a network of cell towers, satellite phones utilize a network of satellites to communicate. This is vital to understanding the appeal of a satellite phone in the first place. 

Cell phones can receive calls and text messages, and even connect to the internet, so long as they are in range of a cell tower. We’ve all dropped calls or had spotty reception in remote areas, and that’s exactly where a satellite phone shines. Because a satellite phone connects to a network of objects hurtling through space, they don’t typically end up out of range. You could end up with a flat tire in the middle of the Sahara and still have full bars if you had a satellite phone. 

This feature makes such devices perfect for world travelers, anyone who lives and works in extremely remote places, and emergency responders. Most satellite phones are equipped with emergency call buttons and geolocation as standard features. Certainly such a specific technology isn’t for everyone, but the appeal of a phone that never drops calls is undeniable.

The satellite phone market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4% through 2023, and some reports have that rate sustained through 2025. This is good news for Advance TC, who just recently listed on the OTC markets. 


Recent Press Releases


Why Advance TC?

One drawback to most satellite phones is the limited functionality. Many brands only offer voice calling or texting (not both), to say nothing of smartphone features. This is where Advance TC’s product offerings get interesting. They developed the world’s first satellite phone with 4G LTE Android Messaging, and offer Global Coverage. This means that users of their technology aren’t limited in their phone’s functionality. In demonstrations, the Advance TC W3 operates like any other normal smartphone, with the added satellite function.

It comes down to superior technology. The Advance TC team has patented their technology and process, featuring an advanced Android OS and global satellite connectivy for voide and data. Their phones operate with the full computing power of a laptop and the versatility of a cell phone. Additionally, satellite phones can be prohibitively expensive, but Advance TC has stated that they plan to keep the cost low in order to bring their technology to as many people as possible. 

Something else worth noting, is the partnership between Advance TC and the Malaysian Institute of Economic Research. From the press release;


… (the) collaboration between MIER and AdvanceTC Group will serve as a bridge between the government, the private sector and the universities, and become a focal point for economic, financial and business research in the country. This will also allow an undertaking of economic research projects commissioned by clients in the public and private sectors, collaborating with other research institutes, at home and abroad, on topics of relevance to the country.


On a macro level, any company that demonstrates an ability to work with the government sector to advance the economic well-being of a country is one to keep track of. That kind of cooperation leads to the development of relationships throughout business and government that ultimately results in net positives. We think it shows good management and could potentially open up opportunities that would otherwise go unseen. 


Loi Cheng Pheng

Founder & Group Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Loi is one of the founding members of AdvanceTC, and was also one of the pioneers of the
VoIP business in Malaysia.

Lee Gim Keong

Executive Director & Group Chief Operating Officer

Mr. Lee has more than 29 years of operation experience, specializing in Procurement, Quality Control, Cost Control (including Engineering VA/VE) and Manufacturing. He is also a co-inventor of Advance TC’s Core Technology patent.

Loi Yeow Koon, Jonathan

Executive Director & Member of Technology Advisory panel

Mr. Jonathan is an Executive Director & Member of the Technology Advisory panel, and is the author and co-inventor of the Advance TC’s Core Technology patent. He has also led all new product conceptualization and technology direction.


Fan Shi Jie

Chief Technology Officer

Mr. Fan has more than 20 years of R&D, engineering, operation, and project management experience in the electronics industry. He has worked for the multinational companies Flexcomm Limited, Cellon Inc., Photon Access Inc., Motorola, Intel and the Chinese Academy of Space Technology. Mr. Fan has a M.S. degree in Electric Engineering and a B.S. in Automation from the Beijing Institute of Technology and Tsinghua University of China. He has more than 10 Chinese patents and patents pending to his name.

Chin Foong Lin

Chief Financial Officer

Ms. Chin has over 20 years of experience in accounting and financial management and has vast experience in preparing financial analysis for long-term corporate strategy plans. She is responsible for the Group’s financial reporting, and streamlines various systems to meet the needs of present and future expansion.

Herve Jegou

Director of R&D

Mr. Jegou graduated from the French Air Force Academy in Salon de Provence, and received a License in Space Mechanics and a Masters in Aeronautics from the University of Aix Marseille ll (France). Mr Herve has worked with IBM France, and handles software operations for Advance TC.


Key Takeaways


Advance TC holds multiple patents, is top-of-its class in performance and function, and is constantly improving upon the unique True Convergence technology. 


The leadership team has a proven track record of pioneering technology in the mobile industry. 


There is an opportunity to grab market share for a company in the satellite smartphone game, due to the consistent 4% growth of the industry as a whole. 



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  • Date Issued - 11/6/2020

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