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Connectyx Technologies Announces Letter of Intent With Business Process Outsourcer, iVox Solutions, LLC

CTYX Management Expects to Meet 2013 Revenue Goal Exceeding $3 Million

STUART, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 11/08/12 -- Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CTYX), www.connectyx.com, a Healthcare Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) company with personal healthcare product offerings, announced today that as a result of their networking Call Center Team, its company has entered into a Joint Venture Agreement with iVox Solutions, LLC of Palm City, Florida, another BPO company which will result in servicing new business in the travel, telecom and healthcare sectors. iVox Solutions has over three hundred (300) telemarketing agents that service consumers in the Telecom customer support vertical.

Connectyx Technologies and iVox Solutions will be jointly promoting Medical Alert US, the Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) known as Life Control, and the MedFlash, the personal health and wellness solution, through iVox's call centers. iVox also targets the Hispanic marketplace with bi-lingual callers. The two companies will share in all revenues generated as a result of the joint venture.

Rob Newton, CEO of iVox Solutions, said, "We are excited to be working with Connectyx in diversifying our client base and maximizing our contact center. We have a great deal of experience in the BPO industry and we look forward to expanding our healthcare domain business through Connectyx. We believe that their unique and innovative products and services, the Life Control and the MedFlash products, will be a win - win for both organizations."

Ronn Schuman, CEO of Connectyx, noted, "As a result of the collaborative efforts with Call Center Team, LLC, management believes the company is on track to meet the goal of realizing revenue exceeding $3 Million in 2013."

Family Holiday Club Update

Separately, Connectyx has closed on its previously announced Letter of Intent (LOI) to support and transact the membership program for Family Holiday Club, Inc. The pilot project with a near shore call center is underway. The company has been receiving revenue from this new venture and anticipates significant growth moving forward.

Interested investors and shareholders are invited to be added to the corporate e-mail database for future corporate press releases and industry updates by sending an e-mail to [email protected]. For more information please visit our website at www.connectyx.com.

About Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group, Inc.

Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group, Inc. is a Healthcare BPO that provides unique products for the healthcare market including MedFlash®, the electronic Personal Health Manager (ePHM), USA Medical Monitoring Services, a Personal Emergency Response Services (PERS) product and Medical Transcription, Disease Management, Revenue Cycle Management and Medical Consulting - Billing. Connectyx's consumer product, MedFlash® PHM, is an easy to use Personal Health and Lifestyle Manager that is accessible using a powerful web portal suite. The MedFlash® PHM provides member benefits including instant access to members' Emergency Medical Profile and Personal Health Record in the event of an accident or a medical emergency. MedFlash also offers lifestyle and wellness features that provide significant health benefits to members and risk mitigation for employers and insurers alike. USA Medical Monitoring Service, a Personal Emergency Response Services product for patients and senior citizens who want to live independently, but are concerned about falling and staying in communication with family members or emergency services, if necessary. For more information, please visit our websites at:
www.connectyx.com, www.medicalalertus.com, www.phrtoday.com and www.medflash.com.

About iVox Solutions, LLC (www.ivoxsolutions.com)

iVox Solutions, LLC began in 2003 as Old Cell Phone Corporation. Since the organization's inception, the company has broadened its scope to include call center functionalities, order fulfillment, and overall logistics solutions by listening to and understanding the client's needs. Due to market changes and adaptability to adhere to those changes, iVox Solutions, LLC was formed in 2011. The leadership team has over 100 years of industry experience which brings forth a unique understanding of our clients' and an ability to develop mutual partnerships required to maximize returns on investment. This ability, coupled with enormous flexibilities that allow the organization to pioneer the next generation of services throughout various market and industry segments. The organization is aggressively broadening its scope by forming alliances with our customers here and abroad. iVox Solutions, LLC has expanded its market share within the United States in addition to foreign countries.

About CallCenterteam.com

CallCenterTeam.com (CCT) specializes in all forms of call center services including outbound and inbound telemarketing, e-commerce and bottom-line revenue growth. With unequaled staff, process and technology, CCT provides its clients with control, quality, dependability, stability, commitment, as well as years of technical, business, and product knowledge. CCT continually aims to improve the results that deliver success to its clients by looking for ways to enhance their telemarketing contact center projects. CCT specializes in all outbound/inbound programs, lead generation, prospect management, and sales pipeline appointment setting with a focus on new relationship acquisition and retention. CCT provides its clients with primary sales, up-sell, and cross-sell techniques that meet and exceed all aggressive sales and retention objectives. Effective telemarketing sales require a combination of strategy, technical support, implementation, and sales culture to produce profitable results. CCT's contact centers provide businesses with the unmatched performance and skill. For more information - visit www.callcenterteam.com

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Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group, Inc.
772-600-2581

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