Subscription for new shares after exercising option rights

Subscription for new shares after exercising option rights Subscription for new shares as a result of Aspiro's option programme from 1998. In 1998, Aspiro AB issued a promissory note with separate option rights for new subscriptions to shares. After separation, the option rights were transferred to 13 employees at Aspiro. The period for subscription to shares was from 1 October to 31 December 2000. The subscription rate was SEK 0,02 per share. All the option rights were exercised, increasing the share capital from SEK 23,012 to SEK 1,000,477 and the number of shares has been increased by 1,150,578 to 50,023,843. For more information, please contact: Helena Gynnerstedt, Press Officer, Aspiro AB, tel: +46 709 918018 About Aspiro Aspiro provides mobile Internet services, promoting life in motion, using cutting-edge knowledge and technologies. Aspiro offers operators, content providers and mobile organizations a wide range of solutions, from pre- packaged portal services to industry-specific solutions. Founded in 1998, Aspiro is today an important player in the global mobile Internet market. 125 people currently work for the company, which has offices in Sweden, Luxembourg and USA. Aspiro's business concept, organization and operations are based on many years of experience gained in the mobile telecommunications and IT industries. For further information about Aspiro, please visit ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by BIT The following files are available for download:

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