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This document contains confidential and proprietary information of Trussnet USA, Inc. and is
not be disclosed, reviewed or used, except with the express written consent of Trussnet.
THIS FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT (this “Framework Agreement”) is dated 7th April 2008 and
1 Trussnet USA, Inc. (“Trussnet”), a company incorporated under the laws of Nevada, USA; and
2 CECT-Chinacomm Communications Co., Ltd. (‘‘Chinacomm”), a company incorporated under the
laws of the People’s Republic of China.
Trussnet and at-Malcolm are each hereinafter referred to individually as a “Party" or collectively as “Parties”.
1 Trussnet is in the business of designing, developing, operating and maintaining wireless communications
facilities globally. Chinacomm is the major holder of a 3.5G Hz spectrum licenses (“3.5 G Licenses”) from
the Ministry of Information Industry of China and desires to deploy 3.5 GHz wireless broadband operation
in 2 cities throughout China.
2 By an agreement dated l November 2007 (“Initial Agreement”) and made between the Parties, Trussnet:
agrees to provide financial and professional assistance to Chinacomm for building and operating such 3.5 G
Hz wireless broadband in 29 cities throughout China.
3 In accordance with the Initial Agreement, Trussnet may purchase up to 49% equity interest
4 To facilitate Chinacomm’s future financing plan, the Parties have agreed to jointly set up a wholy foreign
owned company in China (“WOFIE”) (as defined below) with 49% equity interests owned indirectly by
Trussnet and .51% equity interests owned indirectly by Chinacomm’s shareholders, WOFIE will enters
series of exclusive agre