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Cytta Integrates Hot New AT&T SIMS and Launches Doctor Direct Sales Program -- Also Investor Conference Call Today at 4:15 PM(EST)

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/14 -- Cytta Corp. (OTCQB: CYCA) announced the recent upgrading of our Agreement with AT&T has allowed Cytta to introduce the new AT&T 4G LTE voice and data Sims and accompanying Jasper platform real time SIM monitoring capability to our Special PurposeNetwork. Cytta is one of the first AT&T M2M customers with this new data/voice platform.

We have now successfully integrated these new AT&T 4G LTE SIMs with Jasper interface control into the Cytta Connect Network. Cytta now has domestic and international 4G LTE data, voice, and SMS traffic over the AT&T network. The addition of these final pieces allows Cytta to declare that our technology is complete and our Special Purpose Network is now fully upgraded, operational and ready for business.

The new AT&T VPN's have now been re-programmed to allow full control of the M2M data/voice traffic from our approved devices. Cytta has now put into place, via the AT&T Jasper platform, full control of both the data and voice channels of its communication platform. This is so new for AT&T that Cytta is helping to debug and redefine their Jasper interface platform.

The successful integration of this AT&T leading edge mobile technology into the Cytta programmed Android smartphones allows us to commence immediate deployment into the marketplace. With the successful integration of this final piece into the Cytta Ecosystem we have now commenced our initial 'Doctor Direct' sales program.

The 'Doctor Direct' sales program allows individual Doctors to place Cytta Connect medical monitoring systems with their individual patients. The program has been designed by a team of Doctors to combat shrinking reimbursement budgets for healthcare, while providing the Doctor the ability to monitor their patients and improve the quality of care significantly. Initial sales calls have been made in our pilot market and the presentations are being enthusiastically received by the Doctors.

Investor Conference Call Also as previously announced Cytta will host an investor conference call today May 20th, 2014. The call will begin today at 4:15 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST) with a question and answer opportunity to follow after the corporate overview.

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About Cytta Corp.

Cytta Corp. is an open source remote monitoring ubiquitous connectivity platform known for its highly scalable and secure Healthcare licensing solutions. We are now offering the Cytta Connect technology to the Oil & Gas industry and will make available our remote data capture highway that connects monitoring devices seamlessly to a cloud-based data repository. Our remote data capture system works over our Special Purpose Network, a proprietary smartphone based, Mobile, Satellite, and WiFi open source network, and cloud-based data repository. The Cytta Connect technology automatically connects all remote monitoring devices to Cytta's cloud-based data repository creating real time communication for the Healthcare and Oil & Gas industries with world leading compression heretofore unavailable in the market.

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