The Company was founded in
August 1997 with the mission
to exploit opportunities in the
international long distance market.
The President and CEO of
Passport is John C. Brizendine,
formerly a manager in several international locations with IBM.  John also was founder of USFI TelePassport, Inc., a pioneer in the international callback business.
The Sr. Vice President of
Product Development and
Technology is Sport Matthews, previously in product development at AT&T and also a
co-founder of TelePassport.  Arthur Minkler is Director of Asian Business Development.  He has resided in the Far East for the last 15 years and has been working the in the telecom industry there for 10 years.



Passport offers services
domestically and in several foreign
countries through its affiliate
offices, resellers and distributors.


Partners include Sansay Communications, Inc., a best of breed manufacturer of voice over internet protocol equipment which are fully interoperable with established VOIP standards.  Passport employs Sansay in conjunction with Cisco and SS7 offerings at its foreign and U.S. platforms, and uses both VOIP and TDM interconnects.  At the New York switch center Passport is interconnected to dozens of major network providers.



Passport has a strong reputation and extensive experience working in varied telecommunications projects and in diverse regions of the world.  In some west African countries it has provided C7 platform solutions that dramatically reduced the fraud on international calls.  In Iceland Passport introduced the first alternative international long distance service in cooperation with a newly licensed provider.   In Sri Lanka Passport partnered with a major alternative carrier to install and operate a satellite station for incoming and outgoing calls worldwide.  In Japan it provided prepaid card services and bandwidth services shortly after deregulation.   In Brazil Passport worked with an ISP partner supporting major companiesí international voice and data requirements.  

Passport has installed telecom switches in many countries for the purpose of providing wholesale and retail call termination into those countries.  The Company is a significant supplier of wholesale telecommunications services to several major U.S. and foreign carriers, including Tata Communications, True Communications, IDT Corp., PhoneTime, TOP Brazil, Primus Telecom, PCCW Communications and many others.

Passport is in the process of extending its network coverage in Asia and Africa by partnering with local companies and by participating in competitive licensing bids.






It is through these and other strategic partnerships that Passport Telecom is able to offer its customers the best international long distance rates and the best quality available. .

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1404 San Ignacio, Solana Beach, CA 92075 858 764-4200