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Telenet NV : Duco Sickinghe, CEO Telenet, comments on his resignation

    Telenet NV : Duco Sickinghe, CEO Telenet, comments on his resignation

Mechelen, 5 March 2013 - Today, the Board of Directors of Telenet Group
Holding NV announced that Mr. Duco Sickinghe has decided to resign as CEO and
Managing Director of Telenet. Mr. Sickinghe commented on his decision as
follows:

"I love my job and enjoy working at Telenet. I am extremely proud of what we
have been able to achieve over the years for our customers, building on the
fantastic cable network in Flanders and part of Brussels. Telenet has become
a superb organization with intensely motivated, talented and ambitious
colleagues.

As a result of our countless collective efforts, our work has been recognized
by our customers, the financial markets and the cable industry.

In light of recent events, time has come for me to move on. I believe this to
be in the best interest of Telenet and its future. This decision comes at the
moment when Telenet is well prepared for further solid growth in the coming
years. 

I would like to extend my enormous gratitude to all colleagues at Telenet, in
particular the Executive Team, the public authorities, our partners, our
directors and our shareholders and to all those with whom I have been able to
grow great professional relationships and fulfilling friendships.

It has been a real privilege to contribute to the growth of this company and
this region.

Last but not least, I want to thank our customers for their trust and
loyalty."

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