CDMA contract with Uzbek operator Perfectum Mobile gives 80% of the region’s market to ZTE

October 13, 2004

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SHENZHEN, China -- A major order from Uzbek operator PERFECTUM MOBILE has confirmed ZTE’s leadership in the Central Asian wireless CDMA market. The new contract gives China’s leading telecommunications manufacturer an estimated 80% of the region’s market, with systems so far bought by operators in four countries.

Under the terms of the new order ZTE will supply CDMA2000 1X equipment to build a state-of-the-art network that will cover the country’s capital Tashkent and the country’s major economic zones.

ZTE first partnered with PERFECTUM in 2003 to create an initial CDMA2000 1X network to provide voice, data and value added services in Tashkent. This was intended as the first phase of a nation-wide network. The performance of ZTE’s technology, the company’s extensive expertise in planning and deploying wireless networks, and the high levels of customer service delivered in this first phase were instrumental in the award of the follow-on contract.

ZTE Corp.

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