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TECHNOLOGY SERVICE GROUP AND PHOTOCOMM ANNOUNCE CELLULAR PAYPHONE AGREEMENT

 TECHNOLOGY SERVICE GROUP AND PHOTOCOMM
 ANNOUNCE CELLULAR PAYPHONE AGREEMENT
 SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Jan. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- It was announced today that Technology Service Group Inc. (TSG), the nation's leading provider of public communication systems, and Photocomm Inc. (NASDAQ: PCOM), a leading manufacturer of solar electric power systems located in Scottsdale, have signed a joint agreement to pursue opportunities in the emerging cellular payphone arena. The companies have entered this agreement on an exclusive basis, combining their respective technologies to address new applications in the public communications and emergency communications markets.
 The companies also disclosed that initial trials are currently under way in Arizona and California to test new solar-powered cellular payphones under actual in-service field conditions. The new products incorporate unique solar system designs from Photocomm and feature TSG's Gemini (tm) smart phone technology.
 Smart cellular payphones utilizing TSG Gemini technology are compatible with all domestic and international cellular systems and accept credit and debit cards, and coins or tokens. In combination with stand-alone solar power, these phones operate independently from traditional phone and power line connections, and may be deployed anywhere in the world where cellular service is available.
 Bob Kauffman, president and chief executive officer of Photocomm, and Bob Baker, president and chief executive officer of Technology Service Group have stated jointly that this alliance is the first step towards exploiting new cellular opportunities worldwide.
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 /CONTACT: Don Nelson of Technology Service Group, 404-368-8055, or Myron Anduri of Photocomm, 602-948-8003/
 (PCOM) CO: Technology Service Group; Photocomm Inc. ST: Arizona IN: CPR SU: JVN


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