Global Crossing Expands Partner Program

Global Crossing expands its channel partnership program into Europe and Latin America

November 23, 2004

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Global Crossing (NASDAQ: GLBC) announced today the geographic expansion of its partner channel program, highlighting its commitment to this distribution channel with a robust portfolio of solutions and high-end support. The program is designed to support partners in delivering high-value, flexible communication services to their customers.

“Businesses of all sizes are embracing IP and converged communications,” said Paul O’Brien, Global Crossing's senior vice president, global enterprise. “Our customers depend on us to design, build and manage their high-performance networks, and we’re seeking partners who share our vision to bring customers the benefits of IP and the highest level of satisfaction.”

Since re-launching its partner channel program in March 2004, Global Crossing has increased its master agent force by 58 percent, demonstrating its commitment to this important channel. The company is reaching out to IP-centric agents who target multi-located medium enterprises and are intent on delivering advanced solutions to these customers.

“Global Crossing has consistently been a responsive partner who makes it easy to sell,” said John Kirby, president of Southwest Communications. “At a time when other carriers are de-emphasizing their programs, it’s gratifying to see growing opportunities with Global Crossing.”

Global Crossing Holdings Ltd.

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