Evernote and Telefonica Sign Global Agreement to Bring Productivity to More Than 250 Million Mobile Customers

 Evernote and Telefonica Sign Global Agreement to Bring Productivity to More
                      Than 250 Million Mobile Customers

Brazil is the first country to implement global agreement through local mobile
brand Vivo

PR Newswire

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Aug. 13, 2013

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Aug. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Telefonica Digital and
Evernote today announced a global partnership that will bring productivity to
more than 247 million Telefonica mobile customers across the globe. As part of
the strategic agreement, Evernote will provide one-year Evernote Premium
accounts to customers of participating Telefonica operating businesses

The partnership kicks off in Brazil through an agreement with Telefonica local
mobile brand Vivo, a leading telecommunications company in Brazil. Starting
today, Vivo customers are able to enjoy a more powerful experience with
Evernote Premium. Vivo and Evernote are offering one year of Evernote Premium
at no cost to all Vivo mobile customers during a special, limited-time offer.

To take advantage of this special limited offer, current Vivo customers can
redeem the promotion by downloading Evernote on iOS and Android devices
supported by Evernote. Each customer can only redeem one Evernote Premium
offer. Users can access www.vivo.com.br/evernote on their Android or iOS
devices to download the latest version of Evernote and redeem the offer.

"Our goal is to make people smarter by creating a product that transcends
local cultures and tastes while increasing productivity," said Phil Libin, CEO
of Evernote. "We are excited to launch a partnership with Telefonica, one of
the leading telecommunications companies in the world, which allows us to
bring our products to millions of mobile customers across the globe. By
starting our partnership in Brazil, we are able to tap into Vivo's vast mobile
market presence and continue Evernote's incredible growth in this important

"We are delighted to be able to offer our customers around the world this
great service free for a year. Our customers have consistently told us that
they desire services that make their life better beyond connectivity.
Evernote does just this, but connects personal and business information in a
way that actually makes it useable and findable," said Wayne Thorsen, VP of
Global Partnerships of Telefonica Digital.

"This agreement reflects Telefonica Vivo's commitment to bringing innovative
services to its customers. With this exclusive service, Vivo can offer
customers one more point of differentiation, besides the best quality and most
extensive coverage," said Roberto Piazza, Head of Telefonica Digital Brazil. 

Evernote helps users lead more productive lives by keeping all the information
that's important to them at their fingertips. With Evernote, Vivo customers
can quickly create written notes and to-do lists and capture photos on the go.
Those important thoughts and images are then synced as Evernote Notes across
personal devices like smart phones, PCs and tablets. Notes can later be
instantly recalled by the user wherever they go using whichever device they
have on hand. 

The partnership announced today gives Vivo customers access to the Evernote
Premium level of service that includes features like a higher monthly upload
limit (1GB), the ability to read notes offline, more security features, more
sharing options and faster customer support.

About Evernote
Evernote is helping the world remember everything by building innovative
products and services that allow individuals to capture, find and interact
with their memories. Evernote apps are available on all major computer, web,
mobile, and tablet platforms. For more information, please visit:

About Telefonica Vivo
Telefonica Vivo is the largest telecommunications company in Brazil with over
90.9 million accesses, 76 million only in mobile operation, which holds the
largest market share in the segment (28.8%) nationwide. Telefonica Vivo
engaged in the provision of fixed telephony services in the State of São Paulo
and mobile throughout the national territory and has a complete portfolio of
products and convergent (fixed and mobile voice, fixed broadband and mobile
ultra-broadband (over fiber), TV, data and IT). The company is present in more
than 3700 towns, over 3100 of them with access to the 3G network - more than
the total number of cities served by other carriers. Brazil, where it has
worked since 1998, is the world's largest operation of Telefonica by number of

About Telefonica Digital
Telefonica Digital is a global business division of Telefonica. Its mission is
to seize the opportunities within the digital world and deliver new growth for
Telefonica through research & development, venture capital, global
partnerships and digital services such as cloud computing, mobile advertising,
M2M and eHealth. It is also driving innovation in over the top communications
under a new umbrella brand called TU and in Big Data through Telefonica
Dynamic Insights.

Telefonica Digital will deliver these new products and services to
Telefonica's 316 million customers as well as entering new markets. It is
headquartered in London with regional centres in Silicon Valley, Sao Paulo,
Spain and Tel Aviv. Axismed, Eleven Paths, giffgaff, Jajah, Media Networks
Latin America and Terra are all managed under the Telefonica Digital umbrella.

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SOURCE Telefonica Digital

Website: http://www.telefonica.com
Contact: Telefonica, Telefonica, House Communications,
elizabeth@housecommunications.com, Tel: +408.840.9883, or Brazil:
imprensa@telefonica.com.br, Tel: (+55 11) 3430 7020, or UK: Telefonica
Digital, Nick Wilkins, Nick.Wilkins@telefonica.com, +44 771 2020937, or
Evernote, Linda Kozlowski, lkozlowski@evernote.com, Tel: +001 (415) 377-0573,
or Gretel Perera, gperera@evernote.com, Tel: +001 (415) 215-9757
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