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Cable & Wireless International deploys Comverse real-time billing solution for Caribbean operations

October 1, 2007

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WAKEFIELD, Mass. -- Comverse, a subsidiary of Comverse Technology, Inc. and the world's leading supplier of software and systems enabling network-based multimedia enhanced communication and billing services, today announced that Cable & Wireless International has deployed the Comverse Real-Time Billing Solution (RTBS) to support its mobile customers across 13 Caribbean islands.

"Comverse Billing has meant great things for our mobile customers," commented Paul Hamburger, Chief Commercial Officer of Cable & Wireless Americas & Caribbean. "This includes improved general service reliability which is our paramount concern. It has also enabled us to offer innovative services we know our customers want, from easy international roaming, to real-time rewards for usage and flexible billing programs that give customers optimal value together with controlled spending."

Comverse Billing Solutions enable operators to provide a broad set of new subscriber services through advanced real-time rating and charging, subscriber account management and billing for content, data and other value added services. Built to support faster time-to-market and innovation, the solutions' open architecture supports the quick introduction of competitive prepaid offerings. Operators can leverage real-time usage-based promotions, bonuses and discounts to boost ARPU and loyalty, while meeting the needs of a diverse subscriber base. The solutions can smoothly scale to support virtually unlimited capacity.

"We are pleased to work with a dynamic global operator implementing the Comverse Real-Time Billing Solution to replace a legacy billing system," said Ramesh Barasia, President of Comverse Americas. "We look forward to Cable & Wireless benefiting from the outstanding flexibility of the Comverse system and its easy maintenance, which is vital for an island marketplace dispersed over thousands of square kilometers in the Caribbean."

Comverse Inc. (Nasdaq: CNSI)

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