COMPTEL CORPORATION’S FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR 2006

FINLAND


COMPTEL CORPORATION   STOCK EXCHANGE RELEASE, 14th February 2007, at
8.00 am

COMPTEL CORPORATION’S FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR 2006

Profitability and order backlog grew significantly during the last
quarter.

Key Figures for the Fourth Quarter

.    Turnover EUR 22.8 million (October–December 2005: 23.2)
·    Operating profit excluding non-recurring items EUR 4.8 million
     (4.0)
·    Operating profit EUR 4.8 million (2.6)
·    Earnings per share EUR 0.01 (0.01)
·    Order backlog EUR 29.5 million (24.5)

Based on the earnings of 2006, the Board of Directors proposes that a
dividend of EUR 0.05 per share be paid.

The financial information in this stock exchange release is based on
the company's audited financial statements. The auditor's report was
issued on February 13, 2007.

Sami Erviö, President and CEO:

"During the fourth quarter, Comptel's business progressed according to
set targets. Turnover nearly remained at a level for the last quarter
of the previous year, and operating profit rose to 21 per cent of the
turnover. This is a remarkable achievement as we booked exceptional
high costs of EUR 0.7 million related to our strategic projects for
October–December.

Earnings per share for the forth quarter remained at a level of the
previous year due to double taxation of withholding taxes, which we
have earlier announced. Its effect was approximately 0.02 euros. We
will rigorously try to obtain a correction to the resolution of the Tax
Office for Major Corporation.

In October–December, Comptel sold a record-breaking 13 new core
licenses, many of which were directed at Eastern Europe. Our business
perspectives remained positive also in the developing markets of the
Middle East, Africa and Asia. Order backlog grew by 20 per cent from
last year which is a solid base for the deliveries of the New Year.

In accordance with our strategy, we strengthened our local presence by
establishing a representative office in South Africa in October.

We reached the financial targets we had set for 2006. Our turnover grew
by over 20 per cent through the acquisition of business operations and
the growth of earlier business. Also the operating profit improved and
the operating profit excluding non-recurring items grew by 18 per cent
from the previous year."

January–December 2006 Summary

·    Turnover EUR 80.4 million (2005: 66.1)
·    Operating profit excluding non-recurring items EUR 14.0 million
     (11.9)
·    Operating profit EUR 11.2 million (10.5)
·    Earnings per share EUR 0.05 (0.07)
·    Number of employees at the end of the period 547 (576)

The turnover of Comptel was EUR 80.4 million in 2006 (66.1). Turnover
grew by 21.8 per cent compared to the previous year (10.7), mainly due
to the acquisition of EDB Telecom.

The Group's operating profit was EUR 11.2 million (10.5), being 14.0
per cent (15.9) of the turnover. Excluding one-off items related to the
integration, the Group's operating profit was EUR 14.0 million, which
corresponds to 17.4 per cent of the turnover. The fourth quarter
includes exceptional high costs of EUR 0.7 million related to strategic
projects.

Financial items totalled EUR 0.03 million (0.2). The Group's profit
before taxes was EUR 11.2 million (10.8), which is 13.9 per cent (16.4)
of the turnover. Group net profit was EUR 5.8 million (7.0).

Earnings per share for the financial period were EUR 0.05 (0.07).

In November, Comptel Corporation received a resolution of dismissal
from the Tax Office for Major Corporations’ assessment adjustment board
concerning the company’s tax credit treatment for withholding taxes in
2004. Comptel Corporation had requested for the withholding taxes that
the company has paid in Thailand, Indonesia, Greece, Romania,
Singapore, Brazil and Argentina in 2004 to be credited in Finland, thus
removing the double taxation on the company’s respective income from
these countries. As an impact of withholding taxes on its taxes from
2005 and 2006, Comptel Corporation booked EUR 2.1 million in the fourth
quarter of this year.  This book item had an effect of approximately
EUR 0.02 on the company’s earnings per share. Comptel Corporation aims
to have its taxation changed.

The order backlog witnessed strong growth and at the end of the review
period amounted to EUR 29.5 (24.5). The order backlog grew strongly
from the level of the third quarter (24.3).

Business Areas

Turnover, EUR         10-  10-  Chang  1-12  1-12 Chang
million                12   12    e %  2006  2005   e %
                     2006 2005

Europe               13.2 14.5   -9.0  47.6  34.5  38.0
Middle East and       2.9  1.9   52.6  12.0   9.1  32.1
Africa
America               2.5  2.5    0.0   8.2   8.8  -7.3
Asia-Pacific          4.2  4.3   -2.3  12.6  13.6  -7.5
Total                22.8 23.2   -1.7  80.4  66.1  21.8
Operating                                         
margin breakdown
by market, EUR
million
Europe           5.7  6.6  -13.6  23.0  16.1  42.0
Middle East      1.6  0.8  100.0   7.2   4.4  63.6
and Africa
America          1.4  1.4    0.0   4.5   4.6  -2.2
Asia-Pacific     2.9  1.4  107.1   6.4   4.9  30.6
Unallocated     -6.8 -7.6  -10.5     -     -  52.8
expenses                               29.8  19.5
Total            4.8  2.6   84.6  11.2  10.5   6.7

Operating                                         
margin as a
percentage of
turnover
Europe          43.2 45.4      -  48.3  46.4     -
Middle East     55.2 40.4      -  59.9  48.2     -
and Africa
America         56.0 56.0      -  56.1  52.0     -
Asia-Pacific    69.0 33.1      -  50.8  35.7     -
Total           21.0 11.4      -  14.0  15.9     -

The development of turnover was excellent in Europe, and in the Middle
East and Africa. In Asia Pacific turnover decreased from the previous
year, but order intake increased. In America turnover did not developed
according to expectations. Except of America, operating profit of the
business units improved from the previous year. The proportional
profitability increased especially in Asia Pacific due to slighter
amount of low-margin products than earlier.

In the fourth quarter of 2006, Comptel sold 13 core licenses: seven for
mediation and six for provisioning solutions. Of these, seven were sold
in Europe, three in the Middle East and Africa, and three in Asia
Pacific.

In 2006, Comptel sold a total of 29 (16) new core licenses, of
which 14 were mediation, 13 provisioning, one network inventory system
and one TETRA solution.

Comptel’s core licenses for mediation are Comptel EventLink®,
Comptel OnlineLink® and the former EDB Telecom mediation product.
Comptel’s core license for provisioning is Comptel InstantLink®, for
network inventory NIMS as well as the TETRA solution.

Turnover Breakdown    10-  10-  Chang  1-12  1-12 Chang
by Type, EUR           12   12    e %  2006  2005   e %
million              2006 2005

Licenses              7.4  7.9   -6.3  25.8  24.3   6.2
Services and         15.4 15.3    0.6  54.6  41.7  30.9
Maintenance
Hardware              0.0  0.0    0.0   0.0   0.1   0.0
Total                22.8 23.2   -1.7  80.4  66.1  21.8
                          

Growth in services and maintenance is partly due to the acquired EDB
Telecom business operations and partly due to increased maintenance
business operation.

Turnover Breakdown    10-  10-  Chang  1-12  1-12 Chang
by Sales Channel,      12   12    e %  2006  2005   e %
EUR million          2006 2005

Direct Sales         16.9 18.1   -6.6  62.8  49.9  25.9
Partner Sales         5.9  5.1   15.7  17.6  16.2   8.6
Total                22.8 23.2   -1.7  80.4  66.1  21.8

Financial Position

EUR million               31.12. 31.12.  Change
                            2006   2005       %
Balance Sheet Total         68.8   66.7     3.1
Liquid Assets               12.9    9.6    34.4
Sales Receivables           28.2   24.9    13.3
Accruals                     5.0    6.5   -23.1
Deferred income related      1.5    1.8   -16.7
to partial debiting
Equity Ratio, per cent      67.7   67.6     0.1

The balance sheet total on December 31, 2006 was EUR 68.8 million
(66.7), of which liquid assets amounted to EUR 12.9 million (9.6). The
change in liquid assets between January–December was EUR 3.3 million
(18.8 negative). Operating cash flow was EUR 8.3 million (11.2), paid
dividends were the EUR 4.3 million (8.7) and net investments were EUR
0.7 million (21.2) in January – December.

Sales receivables at the end of the period were EUR 28.2 million
(24.9). The growth of sales receivables was mainly due to concentration
of invoicing to the end of the period. Accrued income was EUR 5.0
million (6.5). Deferred income related to partial debiting was EUR 1.5
million (1.8).

Equity ratio was 67.7 per cent (67.6) and gearing was 27.7 negative
(21.5 negative). The Group had no interest-bearing debt at the date of
the financial statements.

The Group had no interest-bearing debt at the end of the reporting period.

Investments, Research and Development (R&D)

EUR million           10-  10-  Chang  1-12  1-12 Chang
                       12   12    e %  2006  2005   e %
                     2006 2005

Gross Investments     0.3 18.6  -98.4   1.5  20.0 -92.5
in Fixed Assets
Direct R&D Costs      3.0  2.6   15.4  11.1   8.2  35.4
and Investments
Capitalised R&D       1.0  0.4  150.0   1.7   1.8  -5.6
expenditure
according to IAS
38

Gross investments comprised of investment in devices, software and
office furnishing. The EDB Telecom acquisition is included in the gross
investments in the fixed assets of 2005. Excluding this, gross
investments in 2005 were EUR 1.9 million. The investments in fixed
assets in 2006 were funded through cash flow from operations.

In addition to R&D costs, internal system development projects
worth of EUR 0.3 million were capitalized in January–December. At the
moment, Comptel continues to focus on the development of its current
main products. The company estimates its level of investment to grow at
a moderate rate.

Personnel

                            31.12.2  31.12.2  Change %
                                006      005

Number of Employees at          547      576      -5.0
the end of the period

                               1-12     1-12  Change %
                               2006     2005

Number of Employees on          561      462      21.4
Average

The decrease in the number of employees compared to the end of 2005 was
mainly due to the integration of business operations bought from EDB Telecom
during the first half of 2006.

Personnel expenses in October–December were 37.0 per cent of turnover (45.4)
and in January–December 45.2 per cent (34.1). The decrease in personnel
expenses during the fourth quarter is mainly due to the decrease of number
of personnel and improved operational efficiency.

At the end of the review period, 58.7 per cent (56.4) of the personnel
worked in Finland and 21.9 per cent (26.4) in Norway.

Comptel's Share

The closing price of the review period on December 29, 2006 was EUR 1.80
(1.64). Comptel's market value on December 31, 2006 was EUR 192.7 million
(175.5).

Shares traded         10-  10-  Chang  1-12  1-12 Chang
                       12   12    e %  2006  2005   e %
                     2006 2005

Shares traded,       11.9 14.5  -17.9  49.8  160.7 -69.0
million                                         
Exchange, EUR        20.6 23.4  -12.0  85.0  277.8 -69.4
million                                         
Highest price, EUR   1.88 1.78    5.6  2.01  2.32 -13.4
Lowest price, EUR    1.49 1.51   -1.3  1.44  1.47  -2.0

7.0 per cent of Comptel's shares were nominee registered on December 31,
2006.

In July, The National Board of Patents and Registration in Finland granted
permission for the implementation of a decrease in the company's share
premium fund. In accordance with the decision of the Annual General Meeting,
the amount of EUR 7,367,898.92 was transferred from the share premium fund
to the company's unrestricted shareholder's equity governed by the General
Meeting.

The share subscription with Comptel Corporation 2000 warrants expired on 31
January 2006. During the subscription period, no shares were subscribed to.

The Board of Directors of Comptel Corporation cancelled 1,236,600
warrants 2001A and D that were held by Comptel Corporation's fully
owned subsidiary Comptel Communications Oy. The share subscription
price for both warrants is EUR 10.11. Following the cancellation of
warrants, the share capital of Comptel Corporation may increase by a
maximum of EUR 55.268 due to the 2001 options. The cancellation of the
warrants was registered in the Trade Register on May 18, 2006.

Of the stock options 2006A distributed during the review period, a
total of 1,240,000 are held by key personnel from Comptel Corporation.
The rest of the 2006 stock options have been granted to Comptel
Communications Oy to be further distributed to the present and future
key personnel of the Group. The share subscription price for stock
options 2006A is EUR 1.84 per share, which corresponds to the trade
volume weighted average quotation of the Comptel Corporation share on
the Helsinki Stock Exchange during April 1–April 30, 2006.

During the review period, a total of 90,000 stock options 2001B/C
have been distributed. The share subscription price for stock options
2001B/C is EUR 2.51 per share, which corresponds to the trade volume
weighted average quotation of the Comptel Corporation share on the
Helsinki Stock Exchange during May 1–May 31, 2002, inflated by 15 per
cent.

Corporate Governance

Due to his sick leave, Mr. Olli Riikkala, Chairman of the Board of
Directors, was not able to participate in the work of the Board of
Directors during October 1, 2006–January 31, 2007. Mr. Hannu
Vaajoensuu, Vice Chairman, assumed the responsibilities of the chair.

Long-term Financial Targets

Comptel’s goal is to create shareholder value by long-term earnings
growth. Comptel is aiming to continue its profitable growth by
investing in product development and strengthening its market presence
close to its customers. In addition Comptel actively seeks for focused
acquisition opportunities.

Comptel’s long term financial targets are:
·    Double-digit turnover growth per annum on average
·    Operating profit 20 percent of revenue on average
·    Solid balance sheet that enables strategic acquisitions

Events after the Review Period

January 23, 2007 Comptel Corporation announced the signing of a lease
on office premises with AC Salmisaari Oy. Comptel will move to the
Ruoholahti area of Helsinki once the new building is completed during
the summer of 2007. The common premises are expected to significantly
improve operational efficiency. The agreement as a whole was signed for
ten years, and it includes options to expand and partial termination.
The increase in the Group's rental commitments is, in total,
approximately EUR 13.5 million. In the upcoming years, the Group's
annual rent in Helsinki will remain at the same level or decrease
slightly.

Outlook for 2007

The Operations Support Systems market is expected to continue to grow
globally. Comptel's business prospects have developed favourably,
particularly in Eastern Europe. The Group's strong order backlog gives
a good basis for growth. A significant part of Comptel's business will
continue to comprise of customer specific solutions for Elisa and
Telenor. Their share of the Group's turnover is not predicted to grow.

The organic turnover growth of Comptel is expected to be from 5 to 10
percent in 2007. Comptel's operating profit is expected to grow from
the previous year and to be close to company’s long-term target which
is 20 per cent of turnover.

An increasing portion of Comptel's business will come from services for
existing customers, which in its part lessens the fluctuation from one
quarter to another. However, single contracts or delivery projects may
continue to have a significant impact on the result of a quarter.


Helsinki, February 13, 2007

Olli Riikkala

Timo Kotilainen, Juhani Lassila, Matti Mustaniemi, Ilkka Toivola, Hannu
Vaajoensuu

Sami Erviö
President and CEO




Profit and Loss Account for the                                 
Group
                                                                
EUR 1,000                                      1.1.-       1.1.-
                                          31.12.2006   31.12.200
                                                               5
                                                                
                                                                
Turnover                                      80,439      66,065
                                                                
Other operating income                           109         564
                                                                
Materials and services                        -7,929      -8,716
Expenses incurred by employee                -36,391     -27,113
benefits
Depreciation and value                        -4,549      -3,650
adjustments
Other operating charges                      -20,448     -16,633
                                             -69,316     -56,113
                                                                
Operating profit                              11,232      10,516
                                                                
Financial income                                 786         426
Financial charges                               -758        -182
Share of the results from                        -54          54
associated companies
                                                                
Profit before taxes                           11,206      10,814
                                                                
Taxes                                         -5,408      -3,634
                                                                
Profit for the period                          5,798       7,180
                                                                
     Distribution to                                            
shareholders:
     Shareholders of the parent                5,766       6,966
company:
     Minority                                     33         215
                                                                
                                                                
Earnings per share                                              
Earnings per share, EUR                         0.05        0.07
Earnings per share, diluted, EUR                0.05        0.07



Balance Sheet for the Group                                    
                                                               
EUR 1,000                                31.12.2006  31.12.2005
                                                               
ASSETS                                                         
Non-current assets                                             
Other intangible assets                       7,875       9,105
Goodwill                                     10,832      12,543
Tangible assets                               2,292       2,422
Investments in associated                       400         454
companies
Saleable investments                             87          87
Deferred tax assets                             714         809
                                             22,201      25,420
                                                               
Current Assets                                                 
Floating assets                                  18           0
Sales receivables and other                  33,692      31,604
receivables
Financial assets                             12,934       9,633
                                             46,643      41,236
                                                               
TOTAL ASSETS                                 68,844      66,656
                                                               
                                                               
SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY AND DEBTS                                 
Parent company’s distributable equity                          
Share capital                                 2,141       2,141
Share premium account                             0       7,368
Unrestricted invested equity                  7,368           0
Translation differences                        -674        -621
Retained earnings                            37,782      35,818
                                             46,617      44,706
                                                               
Minority interest                               145         163
                                                               
Total Shareholders’ Equity                   46,761      44,869
                                                               
Long-term liabilities                                          
Deferred tax liabilities                      1,604         933
Provisions                                      188       1,953
Other liabilities                               169           0
                                              1,961       2,886
                                                               
Short-term liabilities                                         
Bills payable and other                      18,831      18,815
liabilities
Tax liabilities based on the                  1,291          86
taxable income of the period
                                                               
Total liabilities                            22,083      21,787
                                                               
TOTAL SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY AND               68,844      66,656
DEBTS



Rental commitments (EUR           31.12.2006  31.12.2005
1,000)

Premises                                                
Payable during the next 12             3,137       3,033
months
Amounts payable later                  8,500      12,221
Total                                 11,637      15,254
                                                        
Leasing commitments                                     
Payable during the next 12               381         351
months
Amounts payable later                    313         293
Total                                    694         644
    Leasing agreements are                              
mostly valid for three years
and contain no redemption
clauses.
                                                        
Guarantees                               775         773
                                                        
Forward exchange contracts                              
Derivative instruments                                  
Market value                             218        -683
Value of underlying                   17,390      15,752
instrument

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF              Group        Group
CASH FLOW in EUR 1,000                 1.1.-        1.1.-
                                  31.12.2006   31.12.2005
                                                         
Cash flow from operating                                 
activities
Profit for the period                  5,798        7,180
Adjustments:                                             
Transactions without a cash            5,414        3,572
flow effect
Interest and other financial             582           36
expenses
Interest income                         -590         -393
Taxes                                  5,408        3,634
Change in working capital:                               
Change in trade and other             -4,090       -1,504
receivables
Change in Floating assets                -18             
Change in accounts payable              -507        2,602
and other short-term
liabilities
Change in provisions                  -1,383          962
Interest paid                           -582          -36
Interest received                        583          393
Income taxes paid                     -2,280       -5,291
                                                         
Net cash flow from operating           8,335       11,155
activities
                                                         
Cash flow from investing                                 
activities
Acquisition of business                2,294      -18,116
activities, net sum of cash
acquired
Acquisition of tangible               -1,041       -1,304
assets
Acquisition of intangible               -464         -464
assets
Capitalised development               -1,727       -1,808
expenditure
Proceeds from the disposal of            237          481
tangible assets
                                                         
Net cash flow from investing            -700      -21,211
activities
                                                         
Cash flow from financing                                 
activities
Granted loan receivables                                 
Dividends paid                        -4,333       -8,732
                                                         
Net cash flow from financing          -4,333       -8,732
activities
                                                         
Net decrease/increase in cash          3,302      -18,788
and cash equivalents
                                                         
Cash and cash equivalents at           9,632       28,420
the beginning of financial
year
Cash and cash equivalents at          12,934        9,632
the end of financial year
Change                                 3,302      -18,788
                                                         
                                                              Minority   Total
	                                                      interest  
		 Parent company's distributable equity                 
                                                            
                                               
                                            
              Share Share   Other Transla Fair    Retai Total               
              capi  premium funds tion    value   ned 
EUR  1000     tal   account       diffe   reserve ear
  				  rences  	  nings
                                          
		     
		     
 	
Shareholders' 2,141  7,368 0   	-946       0   37,450  46,013 	115   	46,128
equity
Dec 31,2004
Cash flow                                                           
hedges:
Gain/loss				  	 -162	-162           		-162
entered
in 
equity
Translation			 325		   	325		325
differences			    
Tax on entries		               	     42		42		42     
in equity			                                              
Profit for		                           6,966  6,966 215   	7,181	 
the period
Total					325  -120  6,966  7,171	215   	7,386					         
proceeds and
expenses for the
period
Dividend                                         -8,566  -8,566  -166  		-8,732
Share-based 					    87	     87 		87		                               
compensation					       
Shareholders'  2,141  7,368  0     -621      -120  35,937  44,705 164   	44,869
equity,
Dec 31, 2005                                            
Cash flow
hedges:                                                           
Gain/loss				      83	     83            83
entered in 
equity
Translation			    -53			    -53		  -53
differences                        
Tax							     0	       	   0                                
on entries
in equity
Net income
directly
entered in 
equity						             0 		   0
From share	      -7,368 7,368 
equity to
unrestricted
invested
equity
Profit                                        5,766  5,766         33 	 	5,798	 
for the period
Total           0     -7,368 7,368  -53       83     5,766  5,766  33   		5,829
proceeds
and 
expenses
for the
period
Dividend                                        -4,282 -4,282     -52  		-4,334
Sahare-based 					     397    397     	397                    
compensation
										       
Shareholders' 2 141  0     7,368   -674     -37   37,818  46,616   145   		46,761
equity, Dec
31, 2006                                            
                


FINANCIAL INDICATORS

Financial summary       1.1. -31.12.2006     1.1.-31.12. 2005
Turnover, EUR 1,000               80,439               66,065
Turnover, change %                  21.8                 10.7
Operating profit,                 11,232               10,516
EUR 1,000
Operating profit,                    6.8                -29.0
change %
Operating profit as                 14.0                 15.9
% of turnover
Profit after                      11,206               10,815
financial items,
EUR 1,000
Profit after                        13.9                 16.4
financial items, %
of turnover
Return on equity, %                 12.7                 15.8
Return on                           25.3                 24.0
investment, %
Equity ratio, %                     67.7                 67.6
Gross investment in                1,477               19,968
fixed assets, EUR
1,000 2)
Gross investments                    1.8                 30.2
in fixed assets, %
of the turnover 2)
Capitalisation,                    1,727                1,808
according to IAS
38, on intangible
assets
Research and                      11,079                8,154
development
expenditure, EUR
1,000
Research and                        13.8                 12.3
development costs,
% of turnover
Back orders, EUR                  29,483               24,482
1,000 1)
Average number of                    561                  462
employees during
the period
Gearing ratio, %                   -27.7                -21.5

1) The order book may vary significantly during the financial
period.
2) Includes the acquisition of the EDB Telecom business in
2005. Gross investments excluding the acquisition were EUR
1,852 thousand which amounts to 2.8 per cent of turnover.


Per share data           1.1.-31.12.2006      1.1.-31.12.2005
Earnings per share                  0.05                 0.07
(EPS), EUR
Diluted EPS, EUR                    0.05                 0.07
Equity per share,                   0.44                 0.42
EUR
Dividend per share,                 0.05                 0.04
EUR
Dividend per                        92.8                 61.5
earnings, %
Effective dividend                   2.8                  2.4
yield, %
P/E-ratio                           33.4                 25.2
                                          
Adjusted number of           107,054,810          107,054,810
shares at the end
of the period
Adjusted average             107,054,810          107,054,807
number of shares
during the period
Number of diluted            107,054,810          107,054,807
shares


Comptel’s Twenty Largest Shareholders and Nominee Registered on
December 31, 2006

   1.   Elisa Corporation                    19.9%
   2.   Sampo Life Insurance Company Limited  18.3%
   3.   Kaleva Mutual Insurance Company       6.5%
   4.   Varma Mutual Pension Insurance        4.6%
        Company
   5.   OP-Suomi Pienyhtiöt Investment Fund   3.1%
   6.   State Pension Fund                    1.4%
   7.   Mandatum Finnish Small Cap            0.9%
   8.   EQ Small Titans / EQ Fund Management   0.9%
        Ltd
   9.   OP-Pohjola Pienyhtiöt Investment      0.9%
        Fund
   10.  Aktia Capital Investment Fund         0.8%
   11.  Tapiola Mutual Pension Insurance      0.8%
        Company
   12.  Finanssi-Sampo Ltd                    0.8%
   13.  Etera Mutual Pension Insurance        0.8%
        Company
   14.  Evli Select                           0.7%
   15.  SEB Gyllenberg Small Firm             0.7%
   16.  Veikko Laine Oy                       0.7%
   17.  Ilmarinen Mutual Pension Insurance    0.6%
        Company
   18.  Placeringsfonden Aktia Secura         0.6%
   19.  Stiftelsen för Åbo Akademi            0.6%
   20.  Forssan Seudun Puhelin Oy             0.5%
                                                  
Nominee registered and foreign ownership      7.0%


COMPTEL CORPORATION



Additional information:
Sami Erviö, President and CEO, tel. +358 9 700 1131
Mr. Veli Matti Salmenkylä, CFO, tel. +358 50 2813
Mr. Samppa Seppälä, Director, IR and Corporate Communication, tel. +358
50 5680533

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