Lucent announces contracts with KT, Tata Teleservices, China Telecom, and Vietnam Power Telecom

June 15, 2004

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SINGAPORE -- Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU - News) today announced contracts to help telecommunications service providers deliver next-generation services and solutions to Asian businesses and homes.

Lucent is demonstrating the full scope of its advanced communications technology at CommunicAsia, the region's largest communications trade event. Among the contracts announced the opening day of the show are contracts with Korea's KT, India's Tata, China Telecom (as part of a frame relay agreement announced in January, 2004) and with Vietnam Power Telecom as Lucent continues to deliver a host of next-generation network solutions based on innovative Bell Labs technology.

"With Asia's economies showing a return to growth amidst the broader global recovery, the importance of telecommunications infrastructure to economic development is increasingly being recognized. Communications service providers in this region are seeking ways to provide innovative, reliable and secure new services, especially to businesses, while controlling costs," said Martin Geh, president, Lucent Technologies Asia Pacific.

"The agreements that Lucent is announcing at CommunicAsia illustrate how we are helping our customers to deliver revenue-generating value-added services and manage their networks more efficiently. At the show we will demonstrate powerful new Bell Labs-developed technologies including a portfolio of software, products and applications that focus on accelerating value over VoIP."

Lucent Technologies Inc.

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