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Manage and Accurately Charge for Content Based Services Being Transacted Across 2.5 / 3G Networks
18th June 2002

Intec Telecom Systems and MoreMagic announced a joint solution that delivers real-time m-commerce mediation between customers and content. This solution integrates Intec's best of breed real-time data collection, mediation and distribution capabilities with MoreMagic's payment and authentication software.

This highly complementary technology:

-- Facilitates delivery of content to a consumer
-- Provides advice of charge and payment mechanism for content
-- Permits revenue sharing between content providers and carriers
-- Models rating plans and price structures
-- Interfaces with core Enterprise platforms (pre-paid, authentication, etc.)
-- Integrates with billing systems for post-paid services

"Content management is key for the future of service providers. Intec's joint solution with MoreMagic integrates real-time content traffic and post paid services. Now service providers don't have to worry about how they are going to bill for 3G services, or how the revenue is going to be shared between content providers and carriers." said Rick Woods, Vice President of Product Development. "Inter-mediatE's Content Manager(TM) provides the network infrastructure to make mobile data services profitable."

Both Intec Telecom Systems and MoreMagic were selected by TeleStrategies as Billing World 2002 Excellence Awards Finalists for Best Mediation Product and Best New Product categories respectively. Bringing together these two industry-leading solutions extends providers ability to offer new content based services.
Jim Walz, MoreMagic's CEO stated that the partnership with Intec delivers incredible benefits to MoreMagic and its customers. "It broadens our portfolio to include integration of our MoreMagic payment platform with Intec's world-class data collection, mediation and distribution systems. By combining our top-notch technology and expertise with Intec's market presence, reputation and knowledge, the partnership between both companies ensures customers will receive highly robust and efficient m-commerce solutions."

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