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NAVTEQ Closes Acquisition of

March 15, 2007

CHICAGO – NAVTEQ, a global provider of digital maps for vehicle navigation and location-based solutions, has completed its previously announced acquisition of, Inc., a provider of personalized traffic information for drivers coast-to-coast. In accordance with the terms of the acquisition, NAVTEQ acquired all the outstanding shares of common stock of The total consideration to be paid in the transaction is approximately $177 million, subject to pending elections by stockholders and certain option holders of and have agreed to extend the deadline for holders of common stock and certain options to purchase common stock, who may elect the type of merger consideration they prefer to receive, and for warrant holders who are exchanging their warrants to purchase shares of stock for shares of NAVTEQ common stock from 5 p.m., (EST), Mar. 20, to the same time Mar. 27.Holders of common stock and certain options to purchase common stock may elect to receive (subject to certain conditions, including those pertaining to pro-ration) merger consideration of either $8 in cash, without interest, or 0.235 shares of NAVTEQ common stock (in the case of holders of options, less the exercise price of such options and any applicable tax withholding amounts).The extension of the election deadline is intended to permit a sufficient amount of time for such holders to submit their forms of election and letters of transmittal, as applicable, for processing and payment by NAVTEQ’s exchange agent.
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