Time Warner Telecom signs optical services agreement with AOL for local and regional communications services

Aug. 8, 2001--America Online, Inc. has selected Time Warner Telecom to provide local and regional bandwidth services for the AOL Transit Data Network (ATDN).

Time Warner Telecom Inc. (Nasdaq: TWTC), a provider of metro and regional optical broadband networks and services to business customers, announced that America Online, Inc. has selected Time Warner Telecom to provide local and regional bandwidth services for the AOL Transit Data Network (ATDN).

The initial agreement calls for Time Warner Telecom to provide OC-12, OC-48 and 2.5 gigabit wavelength services within and between various markets to service the expansion of ATDN, AOL's global integrated network of telecommunications facilities that are leased by AOL from third-parties.

About Time Warner Telecom Inc.:

Time Warner Telecom Inc., headquartered in Littleton, Colo., delivers "last-mile" broadband data, dedicated Internet access and voice services for businesses in 42 U.S. metropolitan areas. For more information, visit www.twtelecom.com.

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