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NEW YORK, NY, February 9, 2005 Comverse, a unit of Comverse Technology,

Inc. (NASDAQ: CMVT), and the worlds leading supplier of software and

systems enabling network-based multimedia enhanced communication services,

today announced the availability of Who Called for Video, a new service

that delivers textual notification of a missed video call or videomail

hang-ups along with the first frame of the video message. Leveraging the

success of Comverses Who Called missed call notification offering, Who

Called for Video is a call completion service designed to generate wireless

operator revenues.

While 3G operators strive to deliver comprehensive network coverage, Who

Called for Video ensures that subscribers will receive missed call

notification for video calls when the handset is off or out of 3G coverage.

Available for both Videomail and non-Videomail subscribers, Who Called for

Video is designed to help subscribers develop a high level of confidence in

video calling.

3G operators are seeking to capitalize on the growing number of

video-enabled handsets by offering more video-based services, said Benny

Einhorn, Chief Marketing Officer at Comverse. "This service complements

Comverses Video Communication & Entertainment service suite that includes

Videomail, Mobile Video Portal and Video Fun Dial.

About Comverse ImPact Solutions

ImPact call completion and management services are designed to help service

providers increase average revenue per user (ARPU). ImPact products

leverage current network equipment and subscriber usage habits to enable

service providers to introduce new services with a very short

time-to-market. ImPact services are designed to improve call completion

rates, and increase penetration and usage of the current voicemail service,

by introducing traffic-generating call management services, through

applications such as Who Called, Notify Me, Connect Me, Message Screening,

and Smart Call. ImPact applications are easy to deploy, intuitive to use,

and designed to deliver a quick and attractive return on investment (ROI).

About Comverse

Comverse, a unit of Comverse Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: CMVT), is the

worlds leading provider of software and systems enabling network-based

multimedia enhanced communication services. These value-added enhanced

services solutions, along with the companys real-time billing solutions,

comprise the companys Total Communication portfolio. Comverses Total

Communication portfolio addresses four primary categories: call completion

and call management solutions; advanced messaging for groups, communities

and person-to-person communication; solutions and enablers for the

management and delivery of data and content-based services; and real-time

billing and account management solutions for dynamic service environments.

Other Comverse Technology business units include: Verint Systems (NASDAQ:

VRNT), a leading provider of analytic software-based solutions for

communications interception, networked video security and business

intelligence; and Ulticom (NASDAQ: ULCM), a leading provider of service

enabling signaling software for wireline, wireless and Internet

communications. Comverse Technology is an S&P 500 and NASDAQ-100 Index

company. For additional information, visit the Comverse Web site at or Comverse Technologys Web site at

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