Tele2 Selects Aptilo's Solution for Broadband Services in Finland and Sweden

Aptilo Networks Delivers Service Management Platform to Tele2 Wireless Broadband Services.

Stockholm, SWEDEN


STOCKHOLM, Sweden, March 31, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Tele2 (Nasdaq:TLTOA) (Nasdaq:TLTOB), the leading alternative pan-European telecommunications company, uses the Aptilo Hotspot platform for their broadband services for the residential and enterprise market in Finland and the city of Norrkoping in Sweden. The management platform from Aptilo is used for access and service control of the broadband services.

"We are obviously very proud at Aptilo Networks to have been selected by Tele2 and being part of their service launch. This proves the versatility of the Aptilo platform not only as the market leading platform in the public hotspot market but also most suitable for access technology independent broadband services." said Torbjorn Ward, CEO of Aptilo Networks.

About Aptilo Networks

Aptilo Networks develops and provides system solutions and services to operators and venue owners of public wireless and wired hotspot services. Aptilo's suite of solution offers operators a convenient and effective way to integrate wireless access points and wired connections in an advanced public hot spot environments. The Aptilo platform enables e.g. payment via service subscription, credit cards, vouchers and integration with mobile operators to pay with mobile phone subscriptions and other payment enablers.

The company is Stockholm-based, with a regional office for Asia-Pacific in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

More information about Aptilo Networks can be found at www.aptilo.com


For further information please visit www.tele2.se and www.tele2.fi
or contact:
Torbjorn Ward, CEO, Aptilo Networks AB phone: +46 733 224 608
email: torbjorn.ward@aptilo.com

Jonas Lagerquist, Director Business Development, Aptilo Networks AB
phone: +46 709 316 945, email: jonas.lagerquist@aptilo.com

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