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January 16, 2002
LONDON and PARIS -- Ebone’s pan-European IP network is helping Bouygues Telecom, one of France’s leading mobile telecommunications operators, to deliver web content and information from corporate intranets to customers’ mobile phones. Ebone’s IP transit services were selected by Bouygues Telecom in order to provide Bouygues Telecom’s GPRS (global packet radio service) subscribers access to the Internet. Bouygues Telecom, which anticipated the growth of the IP based traffic and potential revenue streams that these new services could offer, wanted Ebone because of the quality of its European network and network connection to the US.Ebone’s IP services were also selected by Bouygues Telecom for the migration of its web portal, http://www.6sens.com to which subscribers now have faster and more reliable access. This portal enables Bouygues Telecom users to customise their mobile phones to receive additional mobile data services such as real-time information, news, financial information and weather forecasts. Ebone Broadband Services Ltd.Bouygues Telecom
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