WEB.DE AG

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WEB.DE AG continues stock buy back programme (E)

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The Executive Board of WEB.DE AG, Karlsruhe, has decided to continue the stock buy back today as approved of by the Annual General Meeting earlier today. Pursuant to the authorisation, WEB.DE can buy back up to 3.8 million shares, or just under 10 percent of the share capital until December 15, 2005.

In this context, the purchase price paid per share must not exceed 10 percent, or fall short 20 percent, of the arithmetic mean of the XETRA closing prices for the preceding four exchange trading days. The respective resolution was passed at WEB.DE AG's Annual General Meeting with the required majority today.

Observing the principle of equal treatment and the subscription right, the shares of the buy back can be offered for purchase to all shareholders, or can be used for acquisitions or investments in other companies. The Executive Board is authorised to reverse split the shares that were bought back.

The Executive Board sees this measure, with the current stock buy back programme, as a contribution towards increasing the shareholder value for all WEB.DE shareholders.

end of announcement            euro adhoc 16.06.2004
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Further inquiry note: Richard Berg Tel. +49(0)721 94329 2700 E-Mail: rb@webde-ag.de

Branche: Software
ISIN:      DE0005296503
WKN:        529650
Index:    HDAX, Nemax 50, Prime Standard, TecDAX
Börsen:  Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse / regulated dealing
              Niedersächsische Börse zu Hannover / free trade
              Berliner Wertpapierbörse / free trade
              Bayerische Börse / free trade
              Hamburger Wertpapierbörse / free trade
              Bremer Wertpapierbörse (BWB) / free trade
              Börse Düsseldorf / free trade
              Baden-Württembergische Wertpapierbörse / free trade



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