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INNOVATIVE TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY INSTALLS WIRELESS TDMA PHONE SYSTEMS IN DOWNTOWN JAKARTA, INDONESIA

 INNOVATIVE TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY INSTALLS
 WIRELESS TDMA PHONE SYSTEMS IN DOWNTOWN JAKARTA, INDONESIA
 International Mobile Machines to Provide Service for Worldwide
 Conference of Non-aligned Nations
 KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- International Mobile Machines Corporation (AMEX: IMM) today announced the successful installation and acceptance of three Ultraphone(R) Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) digital radiotelephone systems by P.T. Telkom in Indonesia.
 These systems are part of the $23 million order previously announced. Until now the Ultraphone has been used primarily in rural areas, but P.T. Telkom is utilizing the Ultraphone's TDMA four calls per channel capability in downtown Jakarta. The systems will provide primary as well as overlay telecommunications service for the delegates of the Conference of Non-aligned Nations (Non-Bloc) being held Sept. 1-6 in Jakarta.
 The Non-Bloc conference will be attended by delegates from more than 105 nations. The intent of the conference is for these countries to come together to discuss and plan strategies for the future growth of their various nations. Some of the countries slated to attend are: Algeria, Colombia, Egypt, Malaysia, India, Tanzania, and United Arab Emirates. As chair country of the Non-aligned Nations, Indonesia has the honor of hosting the conference.
 "Indonesia is taking a leadership position in the Non-aligned Nations by hosting this conference," said James Hamby, IMM's vice president-Asia region. "The Indonesians view this conference as a major event and stepping stone for their country. The use of these systems for the Non-Bloc conference shows the confidence that P.T. Telkom and the Indonesian telecommunications ministry has in TDMA and the Ultraphone. The Ultraphone was chosen for this application because of its ease of installation, its system flexibility to provide mobile as well as fixed communication and its totally private digital call capabilities."
 "We at IMM are very pleased to be providing service to this conference," said William W. Erdman, president and chief operating officer of IMM. "This is a fabulous marketing opportunity for us, to have Heads of State from over 105 countries and their entourages using the Ultraphone. The growth of these countries will be accelerated by improved communications. Indonesia is a prime example in their creative use of Ultraphone from downtown Jakarta, to the mobile post office to providing basic home phone service for their people."
 At a dinner party given to "express his appreciation for a job well done," Adiwibawa Halim, president director of P.T. Amalgam Indocorpora, IMM's Indonesian distributor said, "... a big toast to General Hilsman who wisely lead us, and to Mr. Richard Saunders, Mr. Richard Guttendorf and all the excellent staff at IMM headquarters for their unfailing support. It is because IMM, P.T. Amalgam Indocorpora, and P.T. Telkom are hand in hand together, and through good team work, maximum endeavor, as well as high spirit that we have been and shall always be successful."
 IMM exports more than 50 percent of its Ultraphone product line internationally to developing nations.
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 /CONTACT: David L. Smith, senior vp of IMM, 215-278-7831/
 (IMM) CO: International Mobile Machines Corporation; P.T. Telkom ST: Pennsylvania IN: TLS SU:


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