Spice Mobility Limited - Announcement under Regulation 30 (LODR)-Change of Company Name

| Updated on June 07, 2019 Published on June 07, 2019

We wish to inform you that pursuant to the application made by the Company for Reservation of new name, the Registrar of Companies, Central Registration Centre, Ministry of Corporate Affairs has confirmed its no objection for change of name of the Company from Spice Mobility Limited to DiGiSPICE Technologies Limited and has made available the applied name. The said change of Companys name is subject to the approval of members of the Company and other consents and approvals as may be necessary.

The Company proposes to obtain the approval of members for change of name through Postal Ballot and has appointed Mr. Sanjay Grover, FCS, Company Secretary in whole-time practice, as Scrutinizer.

The cut-off date for the purpose of reckoning the voting rights of Shareholders for Postal Ballot has been fixed as 7th June, 2019 and the members whose name(s) appear in the Register of members/ Record of Depositories as on 7th June, 2019 would be eligible to vote on Postal Ballot.

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Published on June 07, 2019

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