Share subscription price with options 2014A and market value of the option serie

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Comptel Corporation        Stock exchange release, 17 March 2014 at 5.15 pm

The share subscription price for Comptel Corporation stock option 2014A is EUR 0.54 per share, which corresponds to the trade volume weighted average quotation of the share on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Ltd during 15 February - 15 March 2014. A total of 2,200,000 new shares or existing shares held by the Company can be subscribed for with share options 2014A. The share subscription period for share options 2014A will be 1 February 2016 - 31 January 2018.

The theoretical market value of stock options 2014A is EUR 0.12 per share option and the theoretical market value of the entire stock option series is thus EUR 264,000. The theoretical market value of one stock option has been calculated by using Black & Scholes share option pricing model with the following input factors: share price EUR 0.51, share subscription price EUR 0.54, risk free interest rate 0.55%, validity of stock options 3.9 years and volatility 33%.

The terms and conditions of the Stock Options 2014 are available on Comptel's website at


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Since 1986, Comptel has helped more than 290 service providers across 87 countries meet over one billion subscribers’ communications and infotainment needs. Comptel’s solutions are built on an event – analysis – action strategic framework that leverages the company’s strengths in event data processing and advanced predictive analytics to enable real-time action. Comptel’s service fulfillment, mediation, charging and policy control, and predictive social analytics products with implementation and professional services enable service providers to enhance customer engagement and, in turn, create revenue, reduce costs and lessen churn. Comptel has a global team of nearly 700 professionals, and net sales were EUR 83 million in 2013. For more information, visit