Premiere Global Continues Investment Strategy with Acquisition of Enunciate Conferencing and Repurchase of 5% of Its Shares Outstanding Year-to-Date

ATLANTA, GA, September 08, 2006 - Premiere Global Services, Inc. (NYSE: PGI), a global outsource provider of business process solutions, today announced that it has acquired Toronto-based Enunciate Conferencing for approximately C$28.3 million, net of working capital, with funds available under its bank credit facility. Enunciate is one of Canada’s fastest growing conferencing providers and has an annualized revenue run rate of approximately C$13.5 million.

According to Wainhouse Research, the Canadian conferencing services market totaled $178 million in 2005 and is expected to grow to an estimated $316 million in 2010, representing compound annual growth of 12%.

"Enunciate is the fastest growing and one of the top three conferencing providers in Canada," said Marc F. Beattie, CSP Practice Manager & Partner at Wainhouse Research. "It is well-positioned with a suite of leading technology solutions and a refreshing emphasis on service and personal customer contact. The acquisition will give Premiere Global a leading position in one of the most attractive markets for conferencing services in the world."

In other news, Premiere Global announced that it has repurchased 1.3 million shares of its common stock during the current quarter under its Board-approved open market share repurchase plan, for total consideration of approximately $10 million. Since May of 2006, the Company has repurchased nearly 3.7 million shares, or approximately 5% of diluted shares outstanding, for total consideration of approximately $28 million.

"We are excited to gain considerable share in the vibrant and growing Canadian market with the acquisition of Enunciate," said Boland T. Jones, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Premiere Global Services, Inc. "We continue to execute on our strategy of investing our cash flow and liquidity in selective acquisitions to grow our business and in our ongoing share repurchase plan."

About Premiere Global Services, Inc.

Premiere Global Services, Inc., formerly Ptek Holdings, Inc., is a leading global provider of innovative business communications and data services. Customers use our ASP platform to conduct traditional and VoIP-based collaboration sessions and to process and deliver large quantities of individualized, business critical information. Premiere Global offers outsourced document delivery, data capture, alerts/notifications and campaign management solutions that automate customers' business processes and improve efficiency levels enterprise-wide. We also offer a full suite of conferencing solutions, including automated, operator-assisted and Web collaboration services that enable customers to communicate real-time via our advanced, open standards global conferencing platform.

Premiere Global serves more than 46,000 corporate accounts in nearly every business sector, throughout 18 countries worldwide. Our corporate headquarters is located at 3399 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 700, Atlanta, GA 30326. Additional information can be found at

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