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Telefónica Strikes Games Deals

Telefonica Moviles has signed its first global agreements in the mobile gaming content market

November 15, 2005

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MADRID, Spain -- Telefonica Moviles (NYSE:TEM - News):

  • Exclusive global agreements signed with I-play and THQ, world leaders in mobile game development, will enable Telefonica Moviles' subsidiaries to offer the latest in mobile video games.

  • The agreements are part of Telefonica Moviles' global content management model (the only one of its kind in the Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking markets), which allows the Group's operators to offer its customers high-quality content under advantageous terms. Telefonica Moviles has signed its first global agreements in the game content market. Through these agreements, the Group's subsidiaries will be able to improve their mobile gaming content offer, allowing all customers exclusive access to the world's latest and most advanced games.

These agreements will allow Telefonica Moviles' customers in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, Peru, Mexico, Spain, Nicaragua, Uruguay and Venezuela, to enjoy in exclusivity the games offered by I-play and THQ, world leaders in entertainment and mobile gaming content. Customers of Telefonica Moviles' subsidiaries will be able to access the latest mobile games in their respective markets.

According to Antonio Viana-Baptista, Chairman and CEO of Telefonica Moviles: "Telefonica Moviles' position as the world's second-largest multinational mobile company, along with our global management model, put us in a privileged position to allow our operators to offer the best to our customers in their respective markets. On the one hand, we make the most innovative and exclusive services available to our customers through global agreements such as those for mobile gaming signed with I-play and THQ. At the same time, we achieve better costs for our subsidiaries, which mean better terms for our customers".

Telefónica Móviles SA

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