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November 07, 2005 12:15 ET

Ki-Bi Mobile Technologies Limited and SilverBirch Inc. Announce a Mobile Content Provisioning Partnership

TORONTO, Ontario--(CCNMatthews - Nov 7, 2005) -

SilverBirch Inc. (TSX VENTURE:SVB) (SilverBirch) and Ki-Bi™ Mobile Technologies Limited (LSE:KIB) (Ki-Bi) announce today that SilverBirch's wholly owned subsidiary SilverBirch Studios Inc. and Ki-Bi have entered into a mobile content provisioning partnership. Under the terms of the agreement, Ki-Bi will source ringtones, graphics and games from SilverBirch Studio's library of mobile content for its white-labelled mobile content cards.

Ki-Bi will launch its first program in Canada with a major consumer electronics retailer in late November. Ki-Bi provides technological solutions for wireless operators, consumer brands and retailers to physically distribute and market content and applications for mobile handsets.

Gary Yentin, Vice-President of Ki-Bi said, "We are pleased to be working with SilverBirch. We are impressed by the depth and quality of the SilverBirch content catalogue. We look forward to expanding this relationship as we undertake much larger programs in the US."

"This new relationship represents an exciting step forward for SilverBirch and opens up a new sales channel for SilverBirch mobile content." said Ian Halliday, Chief Operating Officer of SilverBirch. "We see potential for this concept as it provides wireless operators, retailers and consumer facing brands with a simple and cost effective channel to deliver mobile content to their consumers."

About SilverBirch Inc.

Toronto-based SilverBirch, through its SilverBirch Studios subsidiary, is a publisher, distributor and developer of wireless entertainment applications including games, ringtones, images and other content. SilverBirch's application portfolio is comprised of both original and licensed intellectual properties and includes Mobiloke, Animal Snap, Covert Solitaire, El Presidente, Free Cell Block, and others.

About Ki-Bi Mobile Technologies Ltd.

Ki-Bi provides innovative technological solutions for physical distribution and marketing of content and applications for mobile handsets. The Company's business model is based upon the sale of electronic content cards ("Cards") and sharing of the revenues from the content distributed through the Cards. As of May 2005, Ki-Bi is publicly traded on AIM in London (LSE:KIB).

Content, such as ringtones, music, video and games for mobile handsets, is currently distributed mainly by over-the-air downloads into handsets, but there are technological, logistic and marketing barriers to traditional physical distribution of such content via retail outlets. Ki-Bi provides a solution for the physical distribution of mobile content based on a combination of proprietary consumer electronics devices and central management server systems.

Ki-Bi's Cards enable flexibility for customization and production in mass volumes, elements which the Directors consider are essential in brand differentiation and content promotion. During the past two years, Ki-Bi has established relationships with global leaders in the mobile market such as Motorola, Ericsson, Orange, O2, Sun Microsystems, Siemens and others. For more information, please visit www.ki-bi.com

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Forward-Looking Statements - Certain information set forth in this news release, including management's assessment of future plans, contain forward-looking statements that involve substantial known and unknown risks and uncertainties. These forward-looking statements are subject to numerous risks and uncertainties, certain of which are beyond management's control, including the impact of general economic conditions, industry conditions, and currency fluctuations. Readers are cautioned that the assumptions used in the preparation of such information, although considered reasonable at the time of preparation, may prove to be imprecise and, as such, undue reliance should not be placed on forward-looking statements.

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