Virgin Media Inc. (NASDAQ:VMED) (LSE:VMED), a leading UK entertainment and communications business, today announced that existing interests in Virgin Media Inc. common stock held in the form of CREST Depository Interests (CDI's) have been converted into depositary interests issued under a depositary interest facility established by Virgin Media with Computershare Investor Services PLC (“Computershare”). CREST is the U.K. electronic settlement system, and interests in certain shares of Virgin Media common stock held in the U.K. have historically been held in the form of CDI's. The newly issued depositary interests will continue to be transferred within CREST. This change will not affect the shares of Virgin Media common stock held in the United States. Shareholders that have any questions on this change should contact their broker directly, or can contact Computershare at 0871 495 0101. Virgin Media has also appointed Computershare as its new corporate sponsored nominee provider in the U.K. The relevant shareholders that hold their shares through the corporate sponsored nominee arrangement will shortly receive a statement of holdings and an explanatory statement from Computershare. Shareholders that have any questions about the new corporate sponsored nominee arrangement should contact Computershare at 0871 495 0101.
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