A couple of days earlier, Airborne Wireless Network (OTCMKTS:ABWN), a Nevada corporation was made alert of and requested by the OTC marketplace, to comment on latest promotional measures and trading pertaining its common stock.

The buzz

Airborne Wireless considers that such activity following the firm’s press releases and latest submissions with the U.S. SEC pertaining its disclosed associations with Electric Lightwave and Air Lease Corp. who has recently reported it is being bought by Zayo Group and the firm’s innovative business, which have garnered much attention, including from investment publications and traders.

After sufficient inquiry, the company’s management has decided that none of its director, officers or controlling shareholders have, indirectly or directly, been involved in with the distribution or creation of promotional materials pertaining to the firm and its securities.

Following this inquiry, the management has announced that none of its director, officers or controlling shareholder have bought or sold the firm’s securities within the preceding 90 days. Since last one year, the company has involved, IRTH Communications for investor relations services, Eurasian Capital for institutional funding services and market awareness, Neutron Media for advertising and branding, and ZapZorn Productions for corporate branding,

Airborne Wireless closes private placements of its shares periodically. It has not released any convertible instruments, of any kind. Those private placements deals are, usually, are for a unit, comprising of (a) shares of the firm’s common stock and a warrant rated at a premium. The common stock pricing is at a fixed-price on the issuance date of those units.

The firm urges shareholders to rely only on updates offered by it in its public filings with the U.S. SEC and press releases. It plans to advance a premium broadband airborne wireless network by networking commercial aircraft in flight. Aircrafts in this network will act as a router receiving and sending broadband signals from one aircraft to another building a digital superhighway.