Press release

Bretton Woods Telephone (BWTC) Signs $1.7 Million, Five Year Renewal Agreement to Provide 1 Gbps Broadband, Colocation, Managed Wi-Fi, Video and Voice Solutions for the Omni Mount Washington Resort in New Hampshire

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Bretton Woods Telephone Company (BWTC) a subsidiary of LICT Corporation
(OTC Pink: LICT), a leading provider of Broadband services,
announced today that it has secured a 5-year $1.7 million renewal
agreement to provide 1 Gig High Speed Broadband, Colocation, Managed
Wi-Fi, Video and Voice Services for Omni Mount Washington Resort.

Omni Mount Washington Resort, which spans over 35 square miles, includes
the Omni Mount Washington Hotel; Omni Bretton Arms Inn; the Lodge at
Bretton Woods; Bretton Woods alpine and Nordic ski center; Mount
Washington and Mount Pleasant golf courses; as well as 500 acres for
future expansion and development.

This agreement will enable Omni Mount Washington to offer its guests an
improved internet and video experience, as well as a charted path for
future services while managing expenses. BWTC is in a unique position to
customize solutions and meet the specialized requirements of a key
hospitality vertical and has flexibility in developing an aggressive
project plan to meet a demanding installation schedule.

BWTC has been providing 1 Gigabit internet services to the Bretton Woods
community over the past year and a half.

“Our relationship with Omni Mount Washington Resort extends back to
1947. We are committed to providing all of the products and services
Omni requires to give its guests and staff the best experience
possible,” said Art Nicholson, President and General Manager for BWTC.
“We believe we are providing the fastest internet at gigabit speed
combined with white glove support for our telecommunications
subscribers. ”

This release contains forward-looking information within the meaning of
Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E
of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. It should be
recognized that such information is based upon assumptions, projections
and forecasts which may not prove to be correct or may develop
differently from the manner originally expected. Such forward-looking
information must be read and interpreted in light of the cautionary
statements set forth in documents filed by Bretton Wood’s parent company
LICT on its website,