Liberty Global increases stake in Ziggo to 28.5%

Sat Jul 27, 2013 4:38am EDT

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Utrecht, July 27, 2013

Liberty Global increases stake in Ziggo to 28.5%

The Supervisory Board and the Board of Management of Ziggo N.V. note that according to an 8k SEC filing made by Liberty Global, the stake of Liberty Global in Ziggo N.V. has been raised to 28.5%.

The Supervisory Board and the Board of Management will continue to act in the best interests of its stakeholders in assessing steps made by Liberty Global while continuing to focus on executing Ziggo N.V.'s strategy.

  

About Ziggo
Ziggo is a Dutch provider of entertainment, information and communication through television, internet and telephony
services. The company serves around 2.8 million households, with over 1.8 million internet subscribers, almost 2.3 million subscribers for digital television and 1.5 million telephony subscribers. Business-to-business subscribers use services such as
data communication, telephony, television and internet. The company owns a next-generation network capable of providing the
bandwidth required for all future services currently foreseen. More information on Ziggo can be found on: www.ziggo.com
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For more information please contact:

Press
Martijn Jonker
Director Corporate Communications a.i.
+31 (0)88 717 0717 | Martijn.Jonker@office.ziggo.nl
Analysts and Investors
Wouter van de Putte
Director Corporate Finance & Investor Relations
+31 (0)88 717 1799 | investorrelations@office.ziggo.nl

Caspar Bos
Manager Investor Relations
+31 (0)88 717 4619 | investorrelations@office.ziggo.nl



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