Danzas ASG Eurocargo AB chooses Song Networks for its fixed telephony in Sweden

Danzas ASG Eurocargo AB chooses Song Networks for its fixed telephony in Sweden In collaboration with a mobile operator and a switchboard supplier, Song Networks Holding AB's (Stockholmsbörsen: SONW) subsidiary Song Networks Svenska AB is supplying a voice solution which rationalises Danzas ASG Eurocargo AB's fixed and mobile telephony. The contract runs for 3- years, and the value for Song Networks is approx. SEK 36 million. For Danzas ASG Eurocargo AB, the fact that it is now getting a complete solution for all its telecommunication means a major cost saving. Danzas is connecting its switchboards to Song Networks' broadband network and is getting a joint voice solution for its 29 offices in Sweden. All the staff will be working towards one and the same solution, which amongst other things will improve internal call handling, as all the staff will be accessible via an abbreviated number. Internal calls will also be free. "To begin with, the solution will cover Danzas ASG Eurocargo in Sweden, and in the next stage other Swedish companies within Danzas. We are also established in Norway, Denmark and Finland, and will be reviewing the voice solution for these offices. The cost saving and the fact that Song has networks in the countries where we have offices were factors crucial to our choosing them as a supplier," says Jan Pettersson, Telephony Manager at Danzas IT Nordic/Baltic Countries, who has been responsible for the procurement. The solution also gives Danzas the possibility of improved customer service in that one can control incoming calls to specific answering positions, depending on the routing-code area the call comes from and the duration of the waiting time in customer services. And staff often outside the office can be connected via Mobile Extension - a service that makes the mobile subscription into an extension in the switchboard. The switchboard functionality is transferred to the mobile phone, and the user only needs one phone number and one phone. "It is very good news that Danzas is choosing Song as the operator for its voice solution. We will be directly connecting Danzas' offices to our Nordic broadband network with uniform accesses, and can thus offer free internal calls. This gives the customer a very cost-effective solution," says Mats Almgren, Song Networks' Sales Director. For more information, please contact: Song Networks Svenska AB Song Networks Svenska AB Mats Almgren, Sales Director Tobias Gyhlenius, Press service Phone: +46 8- 5631 02 40 Phone: +46 8- 5631 0527 Mobile: +46 701- 810 240 Mobile: +46 701- 810 527 Email: Email: mats.almgren@songnetworks.se tobias.gyhlenius@songnetworks.se Danzas ASG Eurocargo AB Jan Pettersson, Telephony Manager Phone: +46 470- 74 78 78 Mobile: +46 706- 32 36 85 Email: jan.pettersson@se.danzas.com About Song Networks, formerly Tele1 Europe, (Stockholmsbörsen: SONW) Song Networks is a data and telecommunications operator with activities in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark. The Company's business concept is to offer the best broadband solution for data communication, internet and voice to businesses in the Nordic region. This means that Song Networks supplies communication solutions that are attractively customized for each corporate customer. Song Networks is currently the only pan Nordic operator investing in local access networks with broadband capacity. The Company has built local access networks in the largest cities in the Nordic region. The access networks, which are linked by a long-distance network is one of the fastest data and internet super-highways in Europe, with an initial capacity for customers of up to one gigabit. The Company was founded in 1995 in Sweden and has approximately 1,000 employees. The head office is located in Stockholm and there are an additional 34 offices located in the Nordic region. See further at www.songnetworks.net. About Danzas ASG Eurocargo AB Danzas ASG Eurocargo AB is one of the leading transport companies in the field of land-based domestic and foreign transport between the Nordic countries and to and from the continent, as well as package distribution. For traffic between the Nordic countries Danzas ASG is the market leader. Altogether we are to be found at 29 offices in Sweden, 7 in Denmark, 12 in Finland and 7 in Norway. We offer daily departures to and from all-important commercial and industrial centres for traditional general cargo and part-cargo, plus customer-unique transport, storage and logistics solutions. In all the Nordic countries we have dense networks for domestic transport, meaning we can offer transport of the right quality. See further at www.se.danzas.com. Certain statements contained in this press release contain "forward- looking statements" within the meaning of the U.S. federal securities law. Such statements are based on the current expectations of the management of Song Networks Holding AB only, and performance is subject to risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from these statements. Such risks include, but are not limited to, adverse regulatory, technological or competitive developments; decline in demand for the company's services or products; inability to timely develop, introduce and market new technologies, products and services; pricing pressures resulting from competition; unforeseen construction delays; and the inability to successfully manage systems failures or shutdowns and service interruptions or reduced services to customers. For a more detailed discussion of such risks and uncertainties affecting the company, please refer to Song Networks Holding AB's reports that are filed from time to time with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, including the company's annual report on Form 20-F and reports on Form 6-K. ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker http://www.waymaker.net The following files are available for download: http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2002/10/24/20021024BIT00440/wkr0001.doc http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2002/10/24/20021024BIT00440/wkr0002.pdf