Cyfrowy Polsat is entering the Polish mobile telephony market and has chosen Nokia as its core network supplier

March 21, 2007

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ESPOO, Finland -- Cyfrowy Polsat, Poland's largest satellite television broadcaster, is entering the Polish mobile telephony market and has chosen Nokia (NYSE: NOK) as its core network supplier. The deal is the first contract in Poland for a mobilevirtual network operator (MVNO) environment, and includes theindustry-leading Nokia mobile softswitch solution, strengthening Nokia'sposition as the leading supplier of telecommunications infrastructure inthe Polish market.

"Having a strong technology partner is essential when entering acompetitive market, such as telecommunications in Poland. Taking intoaccount the rich implementation experience of the local Nokia team, we areconvinced that we will manage to complete the project quickly and by theplanned market entry date," said Dominik Libicki, President, Cyfrowy PolsatS.A.

"Nokia is excited to be working with such an innovative company asCyfrowy Polsat. We believe our technology, as well as our servicecapabilities, will be a solid foundation for Cyfrowy Polsat to grow itsbusiness. We look forward to further co-operation with Cyfrowy Polsat asits business evolves," said Olof Henricsson, Vice-President for CentralEuropea, Networks, Nokia.

Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK)

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