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InphoMatch and Telecom New Zealand Team Up

InphoMatch and Telecom New Zealand Team Up To Deliver Two-way International SMS Messages

Chantilly, VA, February 2, 2004 – InphoMatch, Inc. today announced an agreement to help expand the reach of Telecom New Zealand’s text messaging network.

The agreement provides Telecom with the ability to exchange SMS messages with a range of carriers with whom Inphomatch has agreements, regardless of what network technology is utilized, including TDMA, CDMA and GSM.

It means that InphoMatch is enabling Telecom customers to seamlessly exchange messages with the majority of United States carrier customers.

InphoMatch’s inter-carrier network spans four continents – North America, South America, Europe and Asia – and 31 countries including China, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, Singapore, the Philippines, Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Germany and the United Kingdom. Under the agreement, Telecom will work with InfoMatch to provide its mobile customers with access to these countries, over coming months.

“By opening its texting network to the world, Telecom is offering its customers the valuable option to text with subscribers worldwide,” said Neville Street, CEO of InphoMatch, Inc.

“This reaffirms the company’s commitment to offer its customers the latest in mobile data services. Tapping into this global network will also boost the revenue Telecom New Zealand generates from text messaging.”

About InphoMatch Headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia, InphoMatch is the leading provider of mobile messaging services and global messaging interoperability. The company delivers messages, premium content, and value-added services for global mobile carriers, content providers, mobile marketing partners, and entertainment companies. Major carrier customers include Verizon Wireless, Vodafone, AT&T Wireless, T-Mobile and Telefonica. For more information, visit www.inphomatch.com.

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