Glocalnet introduces prefix

GLOCALNET INTRODUCES PREFIX Starting on the 2 nd of February 1999, Glocalnet and its Swedish business partners will be offering services via the prefix 9508. In connection with the introduction of the prefix, Glocalnet will also introduce a facsimile service. Introduction of the prefix means that the code 9508 is dialed before the number of destination whereby the call is automatically connected via Glocalnet. In September 1998 the Post & Telestyrelsen (PTS), "The Swedish Postal & Telecommunications Board", introduced a new prefix system of four digits as one step towards the introduction of equal access in Sweden. Glocalnet will now become one of the first operators in Sweden to offer the prefix in accordance with the new system. "The prefix is an important stage in our endeavour to simplify usage of our telecommunication services. This service will be actively marketed from the start by Stockholm Telecom, our subsidiary and business partner with Stockholm Energi," says Stefan Krook, Chief Executive Officer of Glocalnet. Glocalnet AB is a next-generation telecommunications company that combines telecommunications and IP networking technology to produce flexible and cost- efficient services. Currently, the company is building a pan-European network for Voice-over-IP services. Glocalnet is an initiator of a global Voice-over- IP alliance covering four continents. Glocalnet's headquarters are located in Stockholm, Sweden. The Company's stock is listed on Reuter's page of Aragon, a Swedish investment bank. For further information please contact: Hanna Bergholm Information Manager Stefan Krook Chief Executive Officer Glocalnet AB Hälsingegatan 40 113 43 Stockholm Tel: 08 - 566 34 100 Fax: 08 - 566 34 141 E-mail: info@glocalnet.com Hemsida: www.glocalnet.com ------------------------------------------------------------ Please visit http://www.bit.se for further information The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/1999/01/14/19990114BIT00090/bit0001.doc http://www.bit.se/bitonline/1999/01/14/19990114BIT00090/bit0002.pdf

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