Nortel Opens in Argentina

Nortel has established a new customer service center in Buenos Aires

March 27, 2006

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BUENOS AIRES -- Nortel(x) (NYSE/TSX: NT) today announced that it has established a new customer service center in Buenos Aires focused on services to help wireless operators around the world design, deploy, support and evolve their networks.

The new Advanced Mobility Services Center provides Nortel Global Services offerings such as wireless network planning, deployment, integration and optimization. This includes advanced engineering expertise in radio frequency (RF) design for GSM, CDMA, UMTS and WiMAX networks.

These services are designed to help operators speed time-to-market for new subscriber services, enhance network performance, improve coverage and efficiency, increase service quality, lower operating costs and maximize return on network investments. They are also intended to help operators seamlessly manage network expansion and evolution to next-generation technologies.

"Establishing our Advanced Mobility Services Center in Argentina is key in offering this market advanced mobility services for our customers and partners and reflects Nortel's commitment and investment in the services sector," said Martha Bejar, president, Caribbean and Latin America, Nortel. "A key factor in choosing Buenos Aires was the existing pool of high quality professionals graduating from local universities."

The new center is expected to require growth of Nortel's total workforce in the country by approximately 20 percent. The center will consist of local engineers and its services will be marketed around the world. The staff to be hired will include senior and recently-graduated engineers, both with and without previous experience in wireless and RF networks.

"Nortel continues to be one of the main equipment providers in the region, and is committed to strengthening its position in the global services market," said Ricardo Casal, president, Nortel Argentina. "This new Center means that our people in Argentina will play a key role in that effort."

Nortel Networks Ltd.

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