Comverse, a subsidiary of Comverse Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: CMVT), is the world's leading provider of software and systems enablg network-based multimedia enhanced communication and billing services. The company's Total CommunicationSM portfolio includes value-added messaging, personalized data and content-based services, and real-time converged billing solutions. Over 450 communication and content service providers in more than 120 countries use Comverse products to generate revenues, strengthen customer loyalty and improve operational efficiency. For additional information, visit the Comverse website at www.comverse.com or the Comverse Technology website at www.cmvt.com

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