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Guadalupe Valley Telecommunications Cooperative selects General Bandwidth to deliver VOIP services

December 6, 2005

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AUSTIN, Texas -- General Bandwidth, a leading Voice overIP equipment manufacturer enabling rapid deployment and new servicerevenue generation over broadband networks, has been selected byGuadalupe Valley Telecommunications Cooperative (GVTC), Texas' largesttelecommunication cooperative, to deliver cable telephony services overGuadalupe Valley's hybrid fiber coax (HFC) network.

"At GVTC, we pride ourselves on providing our customers the latest intelecommunications services and technology with the highest reliabilityavailable on the market," said Josh Pettiette, Manager NetworkOperations Center of GVTC. "We have put General Bandwidth's G6 platformthrough months of rigorous testing and it has proven to be a veryflexible, carrier grade voice service platform that can be deployed todeliver PacketCableTM telephony services from both our legacy as well asfuture next generation voice network."

With more than 45,000 access lines in 11 counties in Central Texas, GVTChas established itself as a major integrated communications provider inone of the fastest growing regions of Central Texas. Currently GVTCserves more than 7,000 customers over its HFC network. In July 2005,they deployed the General Bandwidth G6 Universal Media Gateway as theylaunched Digital Choice Unlimited phone service to customers in Boerne,Texas.

"Today's announcement underscores the continued success GeneralBandwidth is gaining in accelerating the deployment of cable telephonyservices to deliver digital phone services," said Charles Vogt,president and chief executive officer of General Bandwidth. "With VoIPservices representing new revenue growth opportunities for today'sleading competitive carriers, General Bandwidth continues to be theleading voice gateway for carriers seeking to generate revenue quickly."

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