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Savings Plan (Cont ).

How This Affects My Benefit

1. I’m not currently enrolled in the Savings Plan. How

If you are eligible but not currently enrolled, you can enroll at any time or learn more about the plan by accessing the Fidelity NetBenefits Web site at:

do I enroll?

http://netbenefits.fidelity.com – available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You may also call the Unisys Savings Plan at 1-800-600-4015, from 8:30 a.m.

to midnight, Eastern Time, Monday through Friday (except New York Stock Exchange holidays) to enroll. Hearing-impaired employees may reach the Unisys Savings Plan at 1-800-847-0348 during the same days and hours.

Remember, you can generally contribute to the Savings Plan from one percent to 30 percent of your eligible pay on a before-tax basis (or one percent to 18 percent if you are “highly compensated” as defined by IRS limits - you will be considered highly compensated in 2006 if you earned more than $95,000 in 2006 and you will be considered highly compensated in 2007 if you earn more than $100,000 in 2007), and from one percent to six percent of your eligible pay on an after-tax basis. However, these contributions are subject to IRS limits. Before-tax contributions are generally limited to $15,000 in 2006 (under all applicable plans you contribute to). And the annual IRS compensation limit in 2006 is $220,000. If you are at least 50 years of age during 2006, you can make additional pre-tax “catch-up” contributions of 1-10 percent of eligible pay, up to a maximum of $5,000 in 2006.

2. If I enroll in the Unisys Savings Plan or make a change to my current elections, when will this change be reflected in my pay?

The date the change is made to your pay will depend on the date the request is made and your pay frequency. There is a 401(k) payroll change schedule on The Employee Network. You can refer to this schedule to determine the date any changes will be reflected in your pay.

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