CSI Wireless receives $18 million in purchase orders from Brightstar for its TDMA-based fixed wireless telephone

June 22, 2004

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CALGARY -- CSI Wireless Inc., a designer and manufacturer of advanced wireless and GPS products used in more than 40 countries, today announced that it has received purchase orders totaling $18 million from Brightstar Corporation, a Motorola licensee, for CSI's TDMA-based fixed wireless telephone known as the Motorola FX800t. Shipments under these orders will be made throughout the third quarter and completed in the fourth quarter of this year.

These purchase orders are in line with Management's expectations, increasing volumes by over 75% in the second half of 2004 compared to the first half of the year.

"Our new feature-enhanced version of the Motorola FX800t is increasing consumer demand for fixed-wireless TDMA telephones in Mexico," said Stephen Verhoeff, CSI Wireless' President and CEO. "These purchase orders solidify our positive expectations for FX800t sales in the last half of 2004, and validate the appeal and quality of our product."

The Motorola FX800t's success has enabled CSI to become the dominant supplier of TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) fixed wireless telephones in Latin America - producing a high-quality, feature-rich product at a very competitive cost.

"These purchase orders illustrate the fact the FX800t is meeting the needs of the Latin American marketplace from both a cost and feature-set perspective," Mr. Verhoeff added. "Through our partnership with Brightstar, we are providing consumers with quality fixed-wireless products."

CSI Wireless

Brightstar Corp.

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