Highdeal achieves its first complete year of profitability in 2005

February 15, 2006

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PARIS -- Highdeal, the world’s leading provider of pricing and rating solutions, today announced that the company achieved its first complete year of profitability in 2005.

Highdeal now has over 140 implementations in more than 40 countries, supporting a range of new and emerging services such as VoIP, triple and quadruple play, MVNO, on-demand and M2M.

Highdeal’s continued success and 20-fold growth was also recently acknowledged by the Deloitte Technology Awards 2005 in which Highdeal was awarded 4th place in Deloitte’s France Fast 50 Awards and 33rd place in the Fast 500 Europe awards.

In 2005, Highdeal signed 30 new customers including 17 broadband services providers such as AOL Germany, AOL France and Parla.it. The company also signed six new mobile services customers with leading MVNOs such as NRJ Mobile as well as customers with Business IP requirements such as Altitude Telecom and B3G. Other significant customers in 2005 included Sensorlogic and Afone, four new references in the cable space and two customers with on-demand services requirements.

As well as success in Europe, Highdeal has significantly strengthened its presence in the US where the company grew by 85 per cent in the last year with major signings including Cypress Communications. Highdeal also has a strong portfolio in Eastern Europe and the Middle East Africa with 10 customers in the region including Portus (Croatia) and Jordan Telecom (Jordan).

“We are thrilled to have had such a successful year. Thanks to our proven track record in real-time rating and our strong partnerships with OEMs, system integrators and technology partners; we’ve easily kept pace with the demands of the industry,” said Eric Pillevesse, CEO Highdeal. “We anticipate that this success will continue in 2006 and look forward to developing our solutions in conjunction with industry leading platforms and BSS/OSS vendors.”

Highdeal Inc.

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