US operator ACN Inc. introduces mobile phone service in Sweden, expansion into Norway and Germany planned for later this year

August 27, 2002

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FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. -- ACN, Inc., one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the U.S. and an international leader in telecommunications and energy customer acquisition, has just introduced mobile phone service in Sweden, with future European expansion planned for later this year. Through a strategic partnership with one of Sweden's top providers, ACN will now offer a variety of competitive mobile packages that cater to the low, medium, and high service subscribers. In addition to great customer service, ACN mobile customers will enjoy low rates and longer off-peak hours. ACN is already the third largest residential long distance company in Sweden after only three years of operation. The company anticipates similar success with mobile phone service. "The wireless world continues to grow in both its popularity and technology, with no end in sight," said Chip Barker, ACN Chief Executive Officer. "It was only a natural progression that we build upon our premier long distance products by entering the mobile arena. Sweden is the first of our marketplaces to provide mobile service, however, we anticipate additional countries will soon follow." By the end of 2002, ACN plans to offer mobile phone service in Norway, followed by Germany in the first quarter of 2003. ACN Inc.

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