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Q-Free - Tag order from Australia - 15 mnok

Q-Free ASA has been awarded an order for tags from the Roads and Traffic
Authority (RTA) in Australia valued at 15 MNOK.

Q-Free ASA has been awarded an order for tags from the Roads and Traffic
Authority (RTA) in Australia valued at 15 MNOK.

- Australia is a mature market within road user charging and is
expanding the use of cashless tolling. This implies increased demand for
tags and modernisation of existing road side infrastructure, and as such
Australia represents an important market for Q-Free, says CEO Dr. Øyvind
Isaksen.

The order will be delivered within July 2010.

Q-Free has a subsidiary in Sydney, Australia.

Trondheim, 19. February 2010

For further information, please contact:
CEO Øyvind Isaksen, cell: +47 905 59 401
CFO Roar Østbø, cell: +47 932 45 175

Associated companies:


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