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SingTel Serves Pakistan

SingTel and Cybernet have entered into a supply-agreement to provide IP-VPN coverage in Karachi, Pakistan

August 9, 2006

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SINGAPORE -- Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel), Asia's leading communications group, and Cybernet, Pakistan's largest Internet and data network operator, today announced that they have entered into a supply-agreement to provide Internet Protocol-Virtual Private Network (IP-VPN) coverage in Karachi, Pakistan.

SingTel ConnectPlus IP-VPN service is being offered in Pakistan for the very first time. This is in response to growing demand from the enterprise market for IP-VPN service, which provides companies with a scalable and highly reliable integrated communications solution over a single, privately managed network.

Mr Wong Soon Nam, SingTel's Vice President of Business Marketing, said: "In South Asia, Pakistan is fast becoming a popular destination among the corporate world for back-end process operations.

"With our landmark agreement with Cybernet, companies that plan to conduct business in Pakistan can enjoy a one-stop service from SingTel to connect their global offices to Pakistan and the rest of the world."

Mr Wong added, "SingTel is among the first to offer IP-VPN service in Pakistan and our customers will be delighted to know that they are able to enjoy the consistently high quality IP-VPN services with us through this partnership."

Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. (SingTel) (OTC: SGTJY)

Cybernet (Pvt.) Ltd.

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