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1 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. An Introduction to the Business Model

2 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. ICT and Economic Prosperity Traditional Communication SWANsat Communication How SWANsat Works Powering Up SWANsat Satellite Receiver Evolution A Brief History of Wireless Wireless Subscriber Growth Bandwidth Is at Capacity Wireless Telecoms Growing Wireless Prices in the USA SWANsat Services A SWANsat Comparison The Cost of ICT Now The Cost of ICT Via SWANsat The SWANsat Concept Units Ad Agency Responses Land-based Telcos Hurting Top Wireless Carriers in the USA Top Wireless Carriers Worldwide The Problem of Bandwidth Military Bandwidth Nearly Full The Military and the W-Band The SWANsat Wholesale Model The Telecom Wholesale Model SWANsat Territories Revenue Assumptions The SWANsat Opportunity Projected Revenue Years 1-5 Projected Revenue Years 6-10

3 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 1. Deployment of Information Communications Technology (ICT) and broadband is the key to socio-economic development, global economic recovery, and the support of growth in both nascent and mature markets.* *Taken from ITU Telecom: In Focus. February 2012 Newsletter. See l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2 l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2

4 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 2. ICT is the infra- structure of all infrastructure. 3. It directly boosts productivity and economic growth. 4. It adds value across all vertical sectors around the globe.* *Taken from ITU Telecom: In Focus. February 2012 Newsletter. See l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2 l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2

5 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 5. The global value of the ICT sector is forecast to grow from US$1.67 trillion today to US$2.4 trillion by 2020.* 6. SWANsat backers are poised to profit from the growth. *Taken from ITU Telecom: In Focus. February 2012 Newsletter. See l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2 l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2

6 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 7. Increasing broadband connectivity in both developed and emerging markets is of paramount importance in stimulating economic recovery and growth.* *Taken from ITU Telecom: In Focus. February 2012 Newsletter. See l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2 l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2

7 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 8. It is crucial that policy planners and decision makers know about and work to increase connectivity, factoring this in to investment plans and national policy.* *Taken from ITU Telecom: In Focus. February 2012 Newsletter. See l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2 l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2

8 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 9. A range of broadband solutions in terms of infrastructure, last mile connectivity, financing, content provision, and regulations needs to be considered.* 10. SWANsat meets these needs. *Taken from ITU Telecom: In Focus. February 2012 Newsletter. See l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2 l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2

9 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 11. Collaboration and sharing best practices, case studies, and innovative business models are crucial at all levels.* *Taken from ITU Telecom: In Focus. February 2012 Newsletter. See l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2 l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2

10 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 12. Cooperation between the public and private sector, between local telecom operators, infrastructure and content and service suppliers, and governments is paramount.* *Taken from ITU Telecom: In Focus. February 2012 Newsletter. See l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2 l/focus/focus_2.html?WT.mc_id=focus2

11 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 13. Inexpensive ICT is the seed corn of economic growth for Developing Countries. 14. How do you want the world to see your country? In poverty, ever seeking aid to feed your people?

12 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 15. Or do you want the world to see your country in prosperity, selling your agricultural and other products all around the world?

13 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 16. Or do you want the world to see your country in prosperity, selling your agricultural and other products all around the world? 17. SWANsat can make it happen.

14 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 1. P.O.T.S Plain Old Telephone Service Phone Fax 2. Wireless Telephone Cellular Service Satellite Service 3. Internet Connections DSL & Other

15 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 4. We Listen to Radio AM Band FM Band Shortwave Band Internet Radio Satellite Radio 5. We Watch Television Local and Network TV HDTV Cable TV & DBS Internet TV

16 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 6. We Collect Media Music Libraries Movie Libraries TV Series Instructional Programs Church Sermons Audio Books Self-Help Programs Educational Programs 7. We Make Our Own TV & Audio Recordings

17 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 1. SWANsat does it all!

18 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Our extremely high powered SWANsat satellites broadcast in the W-Band at up to 750,000 watts. W-Band includes gHz and gHz 720+ million accounts and 200,000 HDTV channels

19 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 0°0° 120° W120° E Geosynchronous orbital positions are not to scale. Greenwich North Pole 1. First Tri-Sat constellation establishes global network beginning in 2016.

20 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Geosynchronous orbital positions are not to scale. 0°0° 120° W120° E Greenwich North Pole 2. Second Tri-Sat constellation assures robust network configuration.

21 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 0°0° 120° W120° E Greenwich North Pole Geosynchronous orbital positions are not to scale. 3. Optional third and fourth Tri-Sat constellations complete network expansion worldwide and allow for additional market development.

22 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC.

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24 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Each SWANsat satellite will be powered by a proprietary and patented ion engine developed for SWANsat by SWANsat Aerospace and Sandia National Labs. The power plant is about the size of a 55-gallon drum and will safely generate up to 750,000 watts of electrical power, 24 hours a day for 25+ years.

25 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Satellite antennas come in all sizes.

26 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Consumer systems have ranged from 12-feet...

27 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. And then down to 10-feet...

28 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. And then down to 6-feet...

29 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. And then down to 3-feet...

30 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. And then down to 18 inches...

31 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. And then down to handheld. Our antenna is about the size of a postage stamp.

32 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 1. The first commercial wireless phone call was made on October 13, 1983, from Chicago It took 18 years (2002) for worldwide market penetration to reach 1,000,000,000 accounts. 3. Only 15 quarters later (2005), worldwide market penetration reached 2,000,000,000 accounts. 4. Just 6 years later (end of 2010), the market penetration was 5,000,000,000 accounts. 1 Source:

33 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. *ITU projection

34 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 1. Wireless spectrum the invisible infrastructure over which all wireless transmissions travel is a finite resource. And its rapidly running out.* 34 *Taken from Sorry, America: Your Wireless Airwaves Are Full by David Goldman. See ectrum_crunch/index.htm?hpt=hp_t3. ectrum_crunch/index.htm?hpt=hp_t3

35 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 2. When, exactly, we'll hit the wall is the subject of intense debate, but almost everyone in the industry agrees that a crunch is coming and, indeed, is now here. 35

36 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 3. The problem known as spectrum crunch threatens to increase the number of dropped calls, slow down data speeds and raise customer prices. 36

37 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 4. It will also whittle down the worlds number of wireless carriers and create a deeper financial divide between those companies that have capacity and those that dont. 37

38 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 5. Network traffic is increasing, says the FCCs wireless bureau. [Carriers] can manage it for the next few years, but demand will inevitably exceed the available spectrum. 38

39 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 6. The iPhone uses 24 times as much spectrum as an old- fashioned cell phone. 7. The iPad uses 122 times as much. 39

40 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 8. AT&T says wireless data traffic on its network has grown 20,000% since the iPhone debuted in

41 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 9. Technology and demand exploded at a rate that nobody had anticipated, says Rory Altman, Director of Technology Consultancy at Altman & Vilandrie. 41

42 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 10. When spectrum runs short, service degrades sharply: calls get dropped and data speeds slow down. 11. Thats a nightmare scenario for the wireless carriers. 42

43 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 12. They have tried to limit customers data usage by putting caps in place,... 43

44 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 12. They have tried to limit customers data usage by putting caps in place, throttling speeds and raising prices. 44

45 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC.

46 The Worldwide Wireless Telecom Market Is Growing 1. The ITU indicates worldwide mobile subscribers reached 5 billion at the end of Growth rate averaged 24% between 2000 and Mobile penetration was 61% in China passed the 650 million mark in mid India has nearly 500 million subscribers now, but its penetration is only 25%, indicating high growth potential. 6. 4G networks are growing quickly worldwide.

47 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 1. The average USA wireless bill in June of 2005 was $49.30 per month By November of 2007, the average wireless bill had increased to about $77.00 per month Surveys now place the average wireless bill among heavy users (text, Internet, music and video) at in excess of $100 per month, with most users paying significantly more. 3 1 Source: 2 Source: 3 Source:

48 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 1. Free worldwide 2-way voice communications. 2. Free long-distance with no international calling fees or tariffs. 3. Free worldwide fax services, also on a non- tariff basis. 4. Free teleconferencing services (audio). 5. Free teleconferencing services (video at 30 fps). 6. Free broadband Internet, starting at 2 megabits per second. 7. Free SSL encrypted with user- defined spam filtering. 8. Free SWANsite page.

49 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 9. Thousands of free digital satellite video channels. 10. Free and fee-based educational channels. 11. DVD-quality video downloads for rental or purchase. 12. Free CD-quality digital satellite radio. 13. Free encrypted GPS location capabilities. 14. Free encrypted emergency (e-911) services with inter- connects for emergency rescue location. 15. Bluetooth capability. 16. Built-in FM radio transmitter.

50 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. What SWANsat Is What SWANsat Is Not 1. A hybrid ICT service. 2. Combines HDTV video, CD quality audio, VOIP, phone, and custom data services in one handheld or wall-mounted unit. 3. Connects to FM radio, too. 4. Reception is everywhere. 1. Nothing like Iridium or TerreStar. 2. Not limited to cell phone bandwidths. 3. Not expensive to the consumer. 4. Not restricted to cell phone towers. ICT = Information and Communications Technology

51 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. SWANsatIridium 1. Up to 150 megabits/second. 2. Inexpensive: plans start at $20 wholesale per month ,000+ watts of available satellite power. 4. The SWANsat business model is exempt from landing rights regulation. 1. Data stream: 9600 baud. 2. Expensive: as much as $7 per minute. 3. Connection from low powered satellites is spotty at best. 4. Business model required cash for landing rights.

52 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Cell Video on PhoneSame Video on 50 Screen

53 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. SWANsat Video on Phone The difference is bandwidth on demand. You get what you need, when you need it. Same Video on 50 Screen

54 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Residential Telephone $30 per month Fax $15 per month Cellular Telephone $75 per month DSL Internet $50 per month Cable or Satellite TV $70 per month XM/Sirius Audio $10 per month Total$250 per month ICT = Information and Communications Technology

55 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Residential Telephone $30 per month Fax $15 per month Cellular Telephone $75 per month DSL Internet $50 per month Cable or Satellite TV $70 per month XM/Sirius Audio $10 per month Total$250 per month The Above via SWANsat $100 per month or less! ICT = Information and Communications Technology

56 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. The handheld SWANsat unit is the size of an Apple i-Phone. Its internal antenna uses nano-technology. When used indoors or in a car, RV, truck, or boat, the handset connects to an optional companion unit. The model shown is an S-Band prototype built by Elektrobit of Finland and is placed here for illustrative purposes only. The production model is subject to substantial revision.

57 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. The companion unit allows the users family to access the SWANsat system without using a handset. It can function as a remote server for the users account, allowing the users family access to all the SWANsat services anywhere in the home or office. The model shown is an S-Band prototype built by Elektrobit of Finland and is placed here for illustrative purposes only. The production model is subject to substantial revision.

58 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. The companion unit allows the users family to access the SWANsat system without using a handset. It can function as a remote server for the users account, allowing the users family access to all the SWANsat services anywhere in the home or office. The model shown is an S-Band prototype built by Elektrobit of Finland and is placed here for illustrative purposes only. The production model is subject to substantial revision.

59 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 1. In an article as far back as October 29, 2008, Advertising Age noted the propensity of the public to move toward wireless services. 2. Services now include video and higher speed Internet access. 1 Source:

60 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. We have just a small local phone company. We lose a few customers each month who decide they need no landline, and many who move into the area never contact us because they rely on their cell phone. Our only area of growth is the wireless Internet service that reaches most of Mercer County. We are behind the curve as compared to the cable companies and satellite. People will pay more for better entertainment, and the cable & satellite companies have it. We have some friends who get all of their entertainment via the internet (hulu.com and many others) for just the cost of broadband. You have an exciting and inspiring presentation and I cant wait to see it go into action. Roger DeReu, Director, Viola Home Telephone 1. Local telcos are seeing a decrease in landline installations. 2. Only brick-and-mortar businesses are installing landlines now. 3. We recently received this from a director of a small local Illinois telephone company.

61 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. The Top Wireless Carriers in the USA 1. Total wireless subscribers in the USA is over 275 million. 2. Verizon now leads the USA market with its August 2008 acquisition of Alltels 12.5 million users. 3. Verizon paid $28 billion for only 5% of the market. 4. The USA wireless market has reached the saturation point. 5. Improved services is now the key to growth. 6. Tapping other markets is now a viable option for a telecom. 7. Verizons purchase price for AllTel could have acquired the entire worldwide SWANsat system, not just 5% of the USA market. #CompanySubscribersAs of 1Verizon Wireless104,022,000Sep-11 2AT&T Mobility97,519,000Sep-11 3Sprint Nextel50,761,000Sep-11 4T-Mobile33,635,000Sep-11 5MetroPCS8,881,000Sep-11 6Clearwire6,148,000Sep-11 7U.S. Cellular6,033,000Sep-11 8Leap Wireless5,849,000Sep-11 9Cellular South900,000Sep-11 10ATN674,000Sep-11 11Cincinnati Bell Wireless504,000Sep-11 12nTelos426,000Sep-11 13SouthernLINC275,000Sep-11 14Movida Wireless267,000Sep-11 15Alaska Communications Systems149,000Sep ,043,000

62 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. The Top Wireless Carriers Worldwide 1. The USA market is a drop in the telecom bucket compared to the world market. 2. The world market is ten to twenty times larger. 3. With an annual growth rate of only 2%, G7 nations could generate 11 million new accounts per year. 4. G7 growth would exceed $3 billion per year. 5. No treaties or ITU regulations prevent a USA telecom from servicing accounts in another territory that are delivered or serviced by satellite. #CompanySubscribersAs of 1China Mobile (China)600,840,000Sep-11 2Vodafone (United Kingdom)341,100,000Sep-11 3Telefónica / Movistar / O 2 (Spain)290,500,000Sep-11 4América Móvil (Mexico)225,300,000Sep-11 5Orange / France Télécom (France)210,000,000Sep-11 6Bharti Airtel (India)207,800,000Sep-11 7Telenor (Norway)203,000,000Sep-11 8VimpelCom (Russia)181,000,000Sep-11 9SingTel (Singapore)175,014,000Sep-11 10China Unicom (China) 169,700,000 Sep-11 11TeliaSonera160,000,000Sep-11 12Axiata Group Berhad159,700,000Sep-11 13T-Mobile (Germany)150,900,000Sep-11 14Saudia Telecom139,000,000Sep-11 15MTN Group (South Africa)137,370,000Sep-11 16Etisalat (United Arab Emirates)135,000,000Sep-11 17Reliance (India)128,870,000Sep-11 18Verizon Wireless (USA)104,022,000Sep-11 19MTS (Russia)103,350,000Sep-11 20AT&T Mobility97,519,000Sep-11 4,719,185,000

63 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 1. The cell phone Ka band is increasingly being called on to do more than its physics will allow. 2. Even with the best of cell phone compression technology, theres only so much data you can fit in a Ka signal. 3. SWANsats 10 gHz W- Band provides the capacity for todays demanding bandwidth requirements. 4. The SWANsat power platform solves the dilemma that higher frequency creates.

64 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. I just got off the phone with a friend from Special Forces Chapter 78. The young man was the communications man for a 12-man SF A team. In Afghanistan, SF teams in the field communicate via 2-way radios, internet, traditional field radios and satellite communications. Apparently, the internet and satellite communications were problematical on a regular basis. The young trooper has come back with stories about communications blackouts at the most inopportune moments that were blamed on the satellite was down. Too often they couldn't communicate with Central Command in Florida. My friend believes the problem stems from inadequate bandwidth. Gil Reza, Reporter, Los Angeles Times 1. We are receiving an ever-increasing number of reports about military bandwidth stretched to capacity. 2. We received this from a Los Angeles Times investigative reporter back in November of 2008.

65 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 1. The military is increasingly dependent on satellites, but much of its traffic travels on commercial networks. 2. TSAT was supposed to bring secure, high-speed connectivity to mobile military users using small terminals.

66 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 3. You can get bandwidth with a big antenna (like Global Hawk). 4. You can get mobility and very slow data rates out of a low-flying system (like Iridium). 5. Or you can get mobility and a small antenna with a lot of high-tech on the satellite (like SWANsat).

67 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 6. TSAT was supposed to bring high bandwidth down to at least a small vehicle-mounted system, with anti-jam and other secure features, while using laser cross-links to connect the satellites together, and link the front line to CONUS.

68 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 7. TSAT was the assured, non-line-of-sight network that was supposed to tie the Future Combat System together. 8. But the TSAT program has been cancelled. 9. Aviation Week, not known for its sense of humor, saw only one solution…

69 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 10. A carrier pigeon!

70 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. A carrier pigeon in South Africa was tasked to deliver four gigabytes of data to its home office while the local ISP began its own transfer. The pigeon made the data transfer over 50 miles in about two hours and seven minutes. The ISP only completed 4% of the transfer in the same time!

71 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 14. SWANsats 10 gHz W- Band meets the very demanding bandwidth requirements of the world commercial markets and the U. S. militarys needs. 15. SWANsat can meet the needs of the G8 and all of the developing nations. 11. SWANsat has the power and the technology to serve the U.S. militarys needs. 12. Initial construction and launch funds come from the commercial sector. 13. SWANsats export model meets Ex-Im Banks loan guarantee requirements.

72 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 1. SWANsat will not sell to retail customers. 2. SWANsats primary target is the wholesale service provider market with an established customer base. 3. SWANsat is required to export up to 51% of its goods and services. 4. With nearly 5 billion potential accounts, just 2% of the existing worldwide market can generate as much as much as $2 billion per month or more. 5. Improved services is the only growth option left in many markets.

73 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 6. SWANsats markets include the US, EU, Asia, and telecoms of the African Union. 7. Marketing efforts will include all regional wireless US telecoms. 8. SWANsat will invite bids for wholesale accounts worldwide.

74 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Wireless CarriersLandline Telcos 1. We will offer the top five American wireless service providers an opportunity to bid on blocks of 10,000,000 accounts at $20 per month per account. 2. MSRP* is $100 per month. 1. We will suggest a new co- operative partnership among the smaller telcos, with the co-op bidding on blocks of 1,000,000 accounts starting at $20 per month per account. 2. MSRP* is $100 per month. *MSRP assumes Service Provider provides full customer service and technical support.

75 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Nine Subscriber Account Territories (SATs) 1. India 2. Asia & Oceania 3. North America 4. South America 5. Europe and UK 6. Russian Federation 7. Middle East 8. China 9. Africa

76 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. 1. Our model assumes a modest growth rate of only 2% of the adult population in each of our nine worldwide Subscriber Account Territories. 2. First year G8 revenue to our SWANsat Partners would be nearly $25,000,000, All other revenue, even with discounted DC* and LDC* rates, could exceed $50,000,000,000 per year. *DC = Developing Countries; LDC = Least Developed Countries

77 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Units are sold only through this Private Placement Memorandum. Each Unit buys 20,000 SWANsat Accounts in the G8 nations for a 2-year contract that renews automatically every two years for 25 years.

78 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Each Account is expected to wholesale for $20 per month for 24 months, plus a $10 per year System Access fee, for a total of $500 per Account. 20,000 Accounts x $500 per Account = $10,000,000 per Unit purchased.

79 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. There is a ten Unit minimum institutional purchase ($100M) required. 100% of the revenue stream from the Accounts assigned to each Unit is returned to the Investor during the first two years of operation.

80 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. In addition to the income from 20,000 SWANsat Accounts that have been assigned to each Unit, the income stream from 10 of the SWANsat HDTV Channels is also assigned to each Unit.

81 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Each HDTV Channel has a potential income of as much as $100,000 per month, and perhaps more. At $1.2M per year per Channel, each $10M Unit has a potential HDTV income of $12M per year.

82 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Each $10M Unit is expected to be repaid by the end of the 2 nd year. Thereafter, 50% of the net income from the Unit goes to the Investor, and 50% of the income from the Unit goes to the Manager of the LLC.

83 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. ROI would therefore be as much as $2.5M per year for 25 years, or about 25% annual return for 25 years. SWANsat Partners, LLC, will be dissolved in 25 years because 25 years is the maximum predicted life of the satellites.

84 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Your institutional portfolio is protected by a guarantee from the U.S. Export-Import Bank. When SWANsat Partners buys its Accounts, the capital is paid to MetaNet Services, Ltd., a Mauritius corporation.

85 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. MetaNet Services resulting investment in the SWANsat infrastructure is guaranteed by the U.S. government because it creates a purchase of U.S. goods and services for export.

86 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. And best of all, your institutional portfolio will be protected. It will not lose value. Your asset remains in your portfolio without dilution in the world marketplace. It may even gain value.

87 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. Investors may request payment in whatever currency they require. U.S. dollars, euros, francs Any other currency, from Dubais dirham to Indias rupee, to Chinas yuan, and more. Payment in gold may also be an option.

88 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. SUMMARYYear 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5 New Subscribers: ,097,121 Cumulative Total of Subscribers: ,097,121220,194,243 Cumulative Total of G7/G8 Subscribers: 00011,060,000 Cumulative Total of Other Subscribers: 00099,037,121209,134,243 REVENUEYear 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5 Revenue from All SATs: $0 $107,657,217,314$554,451,526,318 ODA Contributions (set in Assumptions Page): $0 $9,903,712,140 Activation Fees: $0 Pre-Launch Invested Revenue: $6,000,000,000 Total Worldwide Revenue: $6,000,000,000 $123,560,929,454$570,355,238,458 Cumulative Total Worldwide Revenue: $6,000,000,000$12,000,000,000$18,000,000,000$141,560,929,454$711,916,167,912 EXPENSESYear 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5 SWANsat Construction: $4,200,000,000 SWANsat Back Haul Tower Construction: $300,000,000 Interest on Build Capital: $270,000,000$337,500,000$405,000,000$1,620,000,000 Cost of Handsets (G8 nations): $0 Cost of Handsets (ODA allocated): $0 $9,903,712,140 Activation Fees: $0 Tranche Fee: $0 Host License: $12,000,000 IP License: $420,000,000 $7,956,005,212$39,231,606,842 Fidelis Programming: $420,000,000 $7,956,005,212$39,231,606,842 Network Replacement Sinking Fund: $0 $10,765,721,731$55,445,152,632 Merchant Processing Fee: $0 Other Expenses (TC&C, Worldwide Offices, etc.): $300,000,000 $6,178,046,473$28,517,761,923 Subtotal of Construction and Fixed Expenses: $5,922,000,000$5,989,500,000$6,057,000,000$48,891,490,768$178,461,840,379 Subtotal of Retained Earnings: $78,000,000$10,500,000($57,000,000)$74,669,438,686$391,893,398,078 Cumulative of Cash on Hand: $78,000,000$88,500,000$31,500,000$74,700,938,686$466,594,336,765 PROFIT/LOSSYear 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5 Revenue: $6,000,000,000 $123,560,929,454$570,355,238,458 Expenses: ($5,922,000,000)($5,989,500,000)($6,057,000,000)($48,891,490,768)($178,461,840,379) Net Profit/(Loss) $78,000,000$10,500,000($57,000,000)$74,669,438,686$391,893,398,078 DISTRIBUTIONSYear 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5 Cash Paid to Investors from Net Income: $0 $12,000,000,000 CUMULATIVE VALUE OF SINKING FUNDYear 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5 Network Replacement Sinking Fund: $0 $10,765,721,731$55,445,152,632

89 Proprietary and Confidential. Copyright © 2012 SWANsat Holdings, LLC. SUMMARYYear 6Year 7Year 8Year 9Year 10 New Subscribers: 110,097,121 Cumulative Total of Subscribers: 330,291,364440,388,486550,485,607660,582,728770,679,850 Cumulative Total of G7/G8 Subscribers: 11,060,000 Cumulative Total of Other Subscribers: 319,231,364429,328,486539,425,607649,522,728759,619,850 REVENUEYear 6Year 7Year 8Year 9Year 10 Revenue from All SATs: $2,217,060,826,049$8,742,930,088,692$34,721,839,202,983$138,512,907,723,866$553,552,613,871,117 ODA Contributions (set in Assumptions Page): $9,903,712,140 Activation Fees: $0 Pre-Launch Invested Revenue: $6,000,000,000$0 Total Worldwide Revenue: $2,232,964,538,189$8,752,833,800,832$34,731,742,915,123$138,522,811,436,006$553,562,517,583,257 Cumulative Total Worldwide Revenue: $2,944,880,706,101$11,697,714,506,933$46,429,457,422,056$184,952,268,858,062$738,514,786,441,320 EXPENSESYear 6Year 7Year 8Year 9Year 10 SWANsat Construction: $4,200,000,000$0 SWANsat Back Haul Tower Construction: $300,000,000 Interest on Build Capital: $1,620,000,000 Cost of Handsets (G8 nations): $0 Cost of Handsets (ODA allocated): $9,903,712,140 Activation Fees: $0 Tranche Fee: $0 Host License: $12,000,000 IP License: $155,614,257,823$612,005,106,208$2,430,528,744,209$9,695,903,540,671$38,748,682,970,978 Fidelis Programming: $155,614,257,823$612,005,106,208$2,430,528,744,209$9,695,903,540,671$38,748,682,970,978 Network Replacement Sinking Fund: $221,706,082,605$874,293,008,869$3,472,183,920,298$13,851,290,772,387$55,355,261,387,112 Merchant Processing Fee: $0 Other Expenses (TC&C, Worldwide Offices, etc.): $111,648,226,909$437,641,690,042$1,736,587,145,756$6,926,140,571,800$27,678,125,879,163 Subtotal of Construction and Fixed Expenses: $660,618,537,301$2,547,780,623,468$10,081,664,266,612$40,181,074,137,668$160,542,588,920,371 Subtotal of Retained Earnings: $1,572,346,000,888$6,205,053,177,364$24,650,078,648,511$98,341,737,298,338$393,019,928,662,886 Cumulative of Cash on Hand: $2,038,940,337,652$8,243,993,515,017$32,894,072,163,528$131,235,809,461,866$524,255,738,124,752 PROFIT/LOSSYear 6Year 7Year 8Year 9Year 10 Revenue: $2,232,964,538,189$8,752,833,800,832$34,731,742,915,123$138,522,811,436,006$553,562,517,583,257 Expenses: ($660,618,537,301)($2,547,780,623,468)($10,081,664,266,612)($40,181,074,137,668)($160,542,588,920,371) Net Profit/(Loss) $1,572,346,000,888$6,205,053,177,364$24,650,078,648,511$98,341,737,298,338$393,019,928,662,886 DISTRIBUTIONSYear 6Year 7Year 8Year 9Year 10 Cash Paid to Investors from Net Income: $12,000,000,000 $21,000,000,000 CUMULATIVE VALUE OF SINKING FUNDYear 6Year 7Year 8Year 9Year 10 Network Replacement Sinking Fund: $221,706,082,605$886,293,008,869$3,484,183,920,298$13,872,290,772,387$55,376,261,387,112

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