Mongolian mobile operator MobiCom selects Ericsson to supply GPRS and MMS systems

July 8, 2004

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STOCKHOLM -- Ericsson will supply GPRS and MMS systems to the leading mobile operator in Mongolia, MobiCom. Ericsson's telecom services, including network deployment, systems integration, network support and training programs, are a significant part of the deal.

With turnkey responsibility, Ericsson will provide the network design, deployment and integration of MobiCom's GPRS network. In addition, Ericsson will manage the multi-vendor integration of GPRS into MobiCom's existing environment. Network support and training programs will ensure smooth operations.

Ericsson's systems integration of the MMS solution will enable MobiCom to offer its subscribers advanced datacom services. The systems will be operational by October 2004.

"As the leading mobile operator in the Mongolian market, MobiCom always provides the most modern telecommunications services to its clients. We are confident, that Ericsson, the market leader in evolution from 2.5G to 3G systems, will support us in the best way in order to offer our subscribers new datacom services and attractive applications," said Mr. Hiroshi Fujii, Executive Project Manager of MobiCom. "We expect that our subscribers will fully enjoy the possibilities of MMS service, which will allow them to send multimedia messages, including high resolution pictures, animation and melodies."

"We are honored to be MobiCom's partner in creating a world-class telecommunications GPRS/MMS network in Mongolia and providing our latest technologies and solutions to the country for the benefit of its citizens," said Guenther Begemann, Vice-President of Ericsson Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson

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