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Chinese Mobile Agreement For Teleca

20th June 2003

ASIA : Teleca and Legend, the leading supplier of consumer electronics in China, have signed an agreement covering licence of Teleca's Obigo mobile suite. Initially, Legend will use Teleca's Browser solution in its G820 phone.

Legend began producing mobile phones last year in June, and the handsets have been well received by the market under the brand name Lenovo. The market potential of mobile handsets in China is huge. This agreement is the first step towards future co-operation between Teleca and Legend.

"The Obigo mobile suite is designed for the latest and future mobile handheld devices," says Mr. Liu Zhijun. "We need a browser for the future with rich functionality, quality and support for the new G820 phone."

"We are pleased to announce this licensing agreement with Legend and are grateful to be recognised by a leading handset manufacturer in the fast- developing Chinese market," says Joakim Nydemark, president of Teleca Mobile Technologies. "This will strengthen our position as the leading provider of mobile application software."

Teleca's Obigo software package (formerly known as the AU Mobile Suite 2.0) is the preferred software package for the next generation of mobile phones. The package contains technologies that enable mobile browsing, messaging and content management.

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