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Mobylife Holding A/S has initiated a mandatory repurchase offer to the noteholders

2 September 2015

To noteholders of Mobylife Holding A/S senior secured notes due 2018 with ISIN SE0005936382 (the “Notes”)

Intertrust (Sweden) AB (formerly CorpNordic Sweden AB) acting in its capacity as agent for the noteholders under the terms and conditions of the notes, hereby wish to inform the noteholders that the issuer has initiated the mandatory repurchase offer pursuant to Clause 9.6 of the terms and conditions of the notes.
Pareto Securities AS has been appointed securities dealer for the repurchase offer.
The terms of the repurchase offer and the bondholders offer form is to be found at either the issuer’s webpage www.mobylife.com or at www.stamdata.no.

For further information:

The issuer
Martin Nyberg, CFO
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +45 2929 8200

The securities dealer
John Bjørnsen
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +47 2287 8835

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