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Qualcomm Brews in Puerto Rico

Qualcomm signs agremeent with Centennial to offer BREW-based services in Puerto Rico

March 16, 2005

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NEW ORLEANS -- QUALCOMM Incorporated (Nasdaq: QCOM), pioneer and world leader of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) digital wireless technology, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement with Centennial, a leading provider of wireless services in Puerto Rico to offer downloadable wireless applications and services based on QUALCOMM's BREW solution. The rollout of BREW-based services will enable Centennial subscribers to shop for and download a variety of wireless applications -- from games, video and ringtones, to information, communication, business and productivity tools -- directly on their BREW handsets.

"This agreement demonstrates Centennial's leadership in the wireless industry and commitment to providing the ultimate wireless experience to their subscribers," said Bob Briggs, vice president of global business relations for QUALCOMM Internet Services. "QUALCOMM looks forward to working with Centennial to further promote the wireless data market in Puerto Rico."

"We expect QUALCOMM's BREW solution to help provide our wireless subscribers with access to high-quality productivity, entertainment and communication applications," said Jose Rivera, products and development director for Centennial Puerto Rico. "BREW has proven to be the ideal solution for quickly and effectively bringing wireless data services to market, and Centennial is confident that the upcoming deployment of BREW applications will enhance the services portfolio we provide to our wireless subscribers. Understanding customer needs is part of our continued effort to provide a tailored customer experience."

Qualcomm Inc.

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