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PHILADELPHIA NATIONAL BANK INCREASES BOSTON TECHNOLOGY'S FOREIGN EXCHANGE LINE OF CREDIT FROM $10 MILLION TO $25 MILLION

 PHILADELPHIA NATIONAL BANK INCREASES BOSTON TECHNOLOGY'S FOREIGN
 EXCHANGE LINE OF CREDIT FROM $10 MILLION TO $25 MILLION
 WAKEFIELD, Mass., Nov. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Boston Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ-NMS: BSTN) announced today that it has received approval from Philadelphia National Bank to increase and extend its foreign exchange line from $10 million to $25 million. The foreign exchange line was originally received by Boston Technology in July 1992.
 "This increase in our credit line with Philadelphia National Bank is the result of our activities overseas with a number of telecommunications companies on several different continents," stated William J. Burke, chief financial officer and treasurer of Boston Technology. "We are pleased to be working with a bank that can respond so readily to our growing needs as we continue to expand in the international enhanced services market."
 Charles P. Connolly, Jr., executive vice president of Philadelphia National Bank said, "We are impressed by the rapid growth we are seeing in the international market for enhanced telecommunications services and are pleased to be able to help Boston Technology participate in that growth and maintain its leadership in the industry."
 This $25 million foreign exchange line is in addition to Boston Technology's $10 million revolving line of credit with funds provided equally by Silicon Valley Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of Silicon Valley Bancshares (NASDAQ: SIVB), and Philadelphia National Bank.
 Philadelphia National Bank is the lead Wholesale banking subsidiary of CoreStates Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: CSFN), a Philadelphia-based multibank holding company marketing broadly diversified financial services in the middle Atlantic region, and selected products and services worldwide. The principal banking subsidiary, CoreStates Bank, N.A., operates under the names Philadelphia National Bank, serving wholesale commercial customers; CoreStates First Pennsylvania Bank, serving retail customers; Hamilton Bank and New Jersey National Bank.
 CoreStates is a regional and national leader in processing financial transactions. In addition to banking, it engages in factoring and commercial finance, consumer finance, merchant banking, trust and investment banking and international trade finance. CoreStates had total assets of $22.7 billion as of Sept. 30, 1992.
 Based in Wakefield, Mass., Boston Technology is the industry's technology leader in providing network-based voice processing systems. The company develops, manufactures, markets and supports enhanced voice processing platforms for Regional Bell Operating Companies, interexchange carriers, long distance providers, cellular and international telecommunications companies.
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 /CONTACT: Katherine Raphaelson of Boston Technology, 617-246-9000 ext. 3504/
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