Unofficial trading to commence in Aspiro stock

The board of Aspiro AB has instructed Cheuvreux Nordic AB to commence unofficial trading in Aspiro stock.

Trading will commence on November 15, 1999. As of this date, Cheuvreux Nordic will administer the buying and selling of Aspiro stock. The price of the shares will be listed on Cheuvreux´s Reuters page, Cheuvn. Unofficial trading does not mean that Cheuvreux Nordic is a so-called market maker. The trading lot has been set at 100 shares. "This gives us the chance to increase the number of owners in Aspiro, thereby increasing market interest as well", says Christer Månsson, managing director of Aspiro, who sees the commencement of trading as the first step towards the planned listing of Aspiro on NASDAQ. For further information please contact: Christer Månsson, Managing Director, Aspiro, tel: +46-709-91 80 01 Tomas Althen, Chairman, Aspiro,tel: +46-708-15 16 15. Aspiro is a telecommunications company, providing end-to-end wireless services solutions based on technologies such as SMS and WAP. The objective of the company is to develop, market and sell wireless applications and related services for mobile customer access, mobile portal/community, and mobile workforce management. Aspiro was formed in August 1998. The company has grown since its conception and now has 53 employees and offices in Malmö and Karlskrona in Sweden and Oslo in Norway. Cheuvreux Nordic Cheuvreux Nordic is a subsidiary of one of Europe´s largest banks, Crédit Agricole. The Cheuvreux Group is a brokerage which specializes in European stock. The Group has approximately 600 employees in Europe.

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