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FotoTime Announces 10 Cent 4x6 Prints

FotoTime Announces 10 Cent 4x6 Prints for FotoShare Subscribers

Price Marks A New Everyday Industry Low With No Minimum Quantity Purchase

DALLAS, TEXAS, Oct 17, 2006 - FotoTime, Inc., a leading provider of digital photo and video solutions, today announced a new everyday low price of 10 cents for 4x6-inch prints for FotoShare subscribers. FotoTime’s new pricing is now lower than Kodak, Snapfish, Shutterfly, Wal-Mart and Costco. Unlike these and other online services, there is no prepaid purchase plan or minimum quantity requirement.

FotoTime consumers also can choose between a glossy or matte finish when ordering prints. FotoTime uses the highest quality Fuji Crystal Archive paper available for long-lasting vibrant colors and endurance.

“Our corporate commitment is to provide the best value possible to the customer,” said Jeff Kelling, FotoTime vice president of technology. “The new 10-cent prints are indicative of that promise and build on the value we already deliver through our powerful FotoAlbum Pro image management software and online photo sharing service.”

A FotoShare subscription is required to get the discounted 4x6-inch print pricing. FotoShare advanced features include storage for thousands of photos, free album management software, the ability to upload photos and videos in almost any format including RAW and an advanced security and invitation system. Through FotoStudio, FotoShare users – amateur and professional – can setup an online storefront for selling event photos. A FotoShare subscription costs $23.99 a year.

To learn more about FotoTime’s products and services or to get information about its 4x6 and larger sized prints, go to http://www.fototime.com.

About FotoTime, Inc.

Founded in 1999, FotoTime is one of the leading innovators in digital photo and video solutions designed to handle the entire digital image lifecycle. FotoTime's integrated solution set includes FotoAlbum Pro for organizing and managing photos on the computer, FotoShare for sharing photos online with friends and family, FotoStudio for setting up an online photography storefront, and a digital lab for print and gift order processing. FotoTime delivers products to customers in more than 80 countries through an Internet distribution. The company is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. More information about FotoTime is available at www.fototime.com


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