CSG Grows in Lithuania

Lietuvos Telekomas, Lithuania's largest telecom operator, expands relationship with CSG Systems

February 27, 2003

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LONDON -- CSG Systems (Nasdaq: CSGS), a global provider of customer care and billing solutions, today announced that Lietuvos Telekomas, Lithuania's incumbent fixed line operator, has chosen to expand its relationship with CSG Systems by upgrading to the newest version of the CSG Kenan(R)/BP billing platform to support voice services for its business and residential customers. Lietuvos Telekomas, owned by the government until it was privatized in 1997, provides nearly 200 different types of services to one million wireline business and residential customers. As it expanded the number of services, Lietuvos Telekomas saw the need to expand its relationship with CSG to add new rating and billing capabilities to support its changing business. Lietuvos Telekomas' selection of CSG's newest version of Kenan/BP continues the close co-operation between the two companies that began in 1999. CSG's professional services organization will be working with systems integrators Baltijos Informaciniu Duomenu Valdymo Centras (BIDVC) and UAB TietoEnator Consulting (TEC), which are both jointly owned by TietoEnator and Lietuvos Telekomas, to implement the billing solution. "Lietuvos Telekomas is operating in an environment that is ripe for growth, competition and new services. As modern communications becomes a reality to our country, we must have the infrastructure in place to accommodate for the growth surge that is expected," said Tapio Paarma, general manager and president of Lietuvos Telekomas. "CSG Kenan/BP gives us the confidence that we will not only compete, but we will remain the market leader by offering innovative pricing plans and packages to our customers." CSG Systems International Inc.

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