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Nepal Telecom Upgrades With AsiaInfo-Linkage

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BEIJING -- AsiaInfo-Linkage (ASIA) ("AsiaInfo-Linkage" or the "Company"), a leading provider of telecommunications software solutions and related services, today announced the successful implementation of its industry leading Veris Billing system for the CDMA network of Nepal Doorsanchar Company Limited ("Nepal Telecom"), the largest telecommunications operator in Nepal. This first phase of a comprehensive software upgrade for Nepal Telecom was completed within only 4 months from the project kick-off, providing fully convergent billing and real-time online charging for pre-paid and postpaid subscribers on the CDMA network. AsiaInfo-Linkage is contracted to provide convergent real time billing and customer relationship management software solutions to Nepal Telecom across its full service portfolio, including GSM mobile, CDMA Mobile, PSTN fixed line, ADSL Internet, EVDO and Wimax. The Veris product suite is already proven at other large clients in Asia, and is now set to benefit Nepal Telecom's seven million subscribers. The next phase of the project will focus on Veris CRM implementation, providing Nepal Telecom with an end-to-end system that streamlines and simplifies key support functions. Ultimately the Veris deployment is designed to meet Nepal Telecom's target of servicing 17 million customers with 21 million subscriptions.

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