Members of management and the Board have invested $16 million to fund future working capital and general corporate purposes

December 28, 2000

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NEW YORK -- CoreComm Limited (NASDAQ: COMM) announced today that several members of management and the Board of Directors have invested a total of $16 million in the company in the form of a convertible note. The proceeds of the note will fund future working capital and general corporate purposes.

Barclay Knapp, Chief Executive, stated: "George Blumenthal and I, as well as other members of management, have increased our personal investments in CoreComm because we believe in the long-term prospects for the business and the strength of our business model."

The $16 million financing is in the form of a senior unsecured convertible PIK note that matures in 2010. The note has an interest rate of 10.75% paid semi-annually and is convertible into shares of CoreComm common stock at $5.00 per share.

http://www.corecomm.com

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