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ZTE Corporation has been selected by Maroc Connect to deploy an All-IP CDMA2000 solution for a nationwide telecoms network

July 13, 2006

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SHENZEN, China -- ZTE Corporation, the fastest growing global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, has been selected by Maroc Connect, part of Moroccan business group ONA, to deploy an All-IP CDMA2000 solution for a nationwide telecoms network. The new network will be developed over the next three years to offer enhanced voice, data and other services.

The Moroccan operator awarded ZTE the contract following discussions and a series of studies and tests which confirmed ZTE's ability to better rival competitor offerings.

"ZTE has provided us with a proven and innovative high-performance end-to-end solution that will give us competitive advantage and position us well within the Moroccan market," said Mr Karim Zaz, Chief Executive Officer, Maroc Connect. "Not only have we chosen a supplier who can offer us the state-of-art solutions we need, but in ZTE we have found a global partner for our future development."

"We are motivated to support such an ambitious young operator which has opted for such an innovative, high-performance end-to-end solution. We believe that Maroc Connect will become one of the leading operators, not only in Morocco but in all the MENA region due to its clear market vision, an eagerness to adopt the most innovative technologies and the strong support of the ONA group," said Mr Chang Xiaowei, General Manager, ZTE Morocco.

ZTE Corp. (Shenzhen: 000063; Hong Kong: 0763)

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