Cognigen Networks, Inc. Pairs with SpeedyPIN.com Phone Cards to Power New Retail Calling Cards Website

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Cognigen customers will save time and money with SpeedyPIN prepaid phone cards. Through its website, customers can quickly compare, select, and purchase a phone card and receive their PIN instantly via email.

Cognigen Networks, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CGNW) has joined with SpeedyPIN.com to offer Cognigen customers a broad selection of prepaid calling cards and rapid product delivery. SpeedyPIN’s proprietary MerchantShield® fraud screening system allows instant delivery by email of more than 97% of all prepaid phone card orders—a substantial improvement over competitors that cause customers to wait while staff manually reviews incoming orders for fraud risk.

Through this partnership, SpeedyPIN will manage a co-branded website (http://cognigen.speedypin.com) and provide order processing (online and over the phone) and customer service. Cognigen will leverage the reach of its vast Agent Network and marketing ability to promote SpeedyPIN’s quality prepaid phone cards with competitive worldwide rates.

SpeedyPIN’s Larry Salzman commented, “Cognigen was an internet-marketing pioneer and has built an astounding customer base. We know our expanded product line and backend efficiency will be winners with their customers and agents.”

Rick Eberhardt from Cognigen Networks, Inc. stated, “SpeedyPIN provides a friendly and seamless buying experience for customers that are familiar with online shopping as well as those who are buying online for the first time. This new product offering will offer the consumers the absolute best value for domestic and international calling. Cognigen’s historic offerings are telecommunication service and personal technology. Our goal is to provide a broad variety of products of undisputed quality at prices that are competitive with the most aggressive telecommunication providers in the world.”

About Cognigen Networks, Inc.

Cognigen Networks, Inc., based in metropolitan Seattle, Washington, offers a wide range of telecommunication services and related technology products via its Web site, http://www.cognigen.net. Cognigen’s robust marketing engine harnesses distribution channels featuring a prominent Internet presence, a network of independent agents and several affiliate groups, each having their own customized Web site. Cognigen’s agent initiated sales as well as those generated directly off its main website are fulfilled via proprietary software utilizing the Internet. The Company sells its own proprietary services under the Cogni label as a certificated reseller and carrier, and resells the services of industry leaders such as AccuLinq, Inphonic Cellular, ShopForT1, Convergia, IBN Tel, Pioneer Telephone, OPEX, PowerNet Global, UniTel and Trinsic / Z-Tel. Cognigen is authorized to operate as an interstate and international carrier under Section 214 of the rules of the Federal Communications Commission and is regulated by some forty four state public utility commissions as a reseller of interstate and intrastate long distance telecommunications services. Since September of 1999, Cognigen has sold, on behalf of its vendors and for its own account, services and products to approximately 860,000 customers worldwide.

For more information, please visit us online at http://www.cognigen.net.

About SpeedyPIN.com Phone Cards

SpeedyPIN.com Phone Cards (http://speedypin.com), a 1st-USA.com Phonecards, Inc. Company, has been serving customers on the Internet since 1997. The Company’s growth has been fueled by a simple commitment: to sell reliable phone cards that offer discount rates and deliver the minutes they promise. SpeedyPIN.com also has a large network of productive affiliates and a record of innovation. We were one of the first Websites to offer “Instant PIN” phone card delivery by email.

For more information, please visit us online at http://speedypin.com.

The information herein contains forward-looking statements, including, without limitation, statements relating to Cognigen Networks, Inc. Although the Company believes that the expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, no assurance can be given that such expectations will prove to be correct. The forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties that affect the Company’s business, financial condition and results of operations, including without limitation, the Company’s possible inability to become certified as a reseller in all jurisdictions in which it applies, the possibility that the Company’s proprietary customer base will not grow as the Company expects, the Company’s inability to obtain additional financing, the Company’s possible lack of producing agent growth, the Company’s possible lack of revenue growth, the Company’s possible inability to add new products and services that generate increased sales, the Company’s possible lack of cash flows, the Company’s possible loss of key personnel, the possibility of telecommunications rate changes and technological changes and the possibility of increased competition. Many of these risks are beyond the Company’s control. The Company is not entitled to rely on the safe harbor provisions of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or Section 2lE of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, when making forward- looking statements.

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