Nokia supplies GSM/GPRS/EDGE network and MMS to wireless operator CTi Móvil in Argentina

January 19, 2004

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HELSINKI -- Nokia has supplied its GSM/GPRS/EDGE network and MMS solution to CTi Móvil, the largest wireless operator in Argentina. By delivering the initial phase of the network in record time Nokia made it possible for CTi Móvil to begin GSM services in Argentina on December 5th, 2003 with successful commercial launches in Buenos Aires and the Atlantic Coast.

Under the agreement Nokia will provide a complete GSM/GPRS/EDGE network; including a GPRS core network, paving the way for a fruitful partnership. In addition, Nokia is providing its multimedia messaging service (MMS) solution, Nokia NetActä operations support system, a comprehensive set of services including its Operations Start-up Package, network optimization and Care Services. Also included is the Nokia Intelligent Content Delivery solution that allows CTi Móvil to flexibly and effectively provide content to end-users, simplifying their access to advanced data applications.

"With the introduction of GSM/GPRS/EDGE and attractive end-user features, and the latest in handset technology to the market, CTi Móvil is taking a big step towards its goal to become a market leader in Argentina," says Victor Sandoval, General Operations Director, CTi Móvil.

"Nokia is very pleased to expand our relationship with the leading cellular operator in Latin America, America Móvil," says Heikki Kasko, Senior Vice President, Nokia Networks Americas. "Argentina was the third Latin American country within a year where America Móvil chose Nokia to be the -system supplier for their new nationwide GSM/EDGE network. We are very proud to have been able to implement the network in record time, so CTi could have a successful launch of GSM services in Argentina before Christmas."

Nokia Corp.

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