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ALTICE EUROPE N.V.

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Altice Europe N.V.: Q1 2020 Results Presentation - 20.05.2020 - 5:45pm CET

05/20/2020 | 11:54am EST

Altice Europe

Q1 2020 Results

May 20, 2020

Disclaimer

FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

Certain statements in this presentation constitute forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, all statements other than statements of historical facts contained in this presentation, including, without limitation, those regarding our intentions, beliefs or current expectations concerning, among other things: our future financial conditions and performance, results of operations and liquidity; our strategy, plans, objectives, prospects, growth, goals and targets; and future developments in the markets in which we participate or are seeking to participate. These forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology, including the terms "believe", "could", "estimate", "expect", "forecast", "intend", "may", "plan", "project" or "will" or, in each case, their negative, or other variations or comparable terminology. Where, in any forward-looking statement, we express an expectation or belief as to future results or events, such expectation or belief is expressed in good faith and believed to have a reasonable basis, but there can be no assurance that the expectation or belief will be achieved or accomplished. To the extent that statements in this presentation are not recitations of historical fact, such statements constitute forward-looking statements, which, by definition, involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such statements including risks referred to in our annual and quarterly reports.

FINANCIAL MEASURES

This presentation contains measures and ratios (the "Non-GAAP Measures"), including Adjusted EBITDA, Capital Expenditure ("Capex") and Operating Free Cash Flow, that are not required by, or presented in accordance with, IFRS or any other generally accepted accounting standards. We present Non-GAAP Measures because we believe that they are of interest to the investors and similar measures are widely used by certain investors, securities analysts and other interested parties as supplemental measures of performance and liquidity. The Non-GAAP Measures may not be comparable to similarly titled measures of other companies or have limitations as analytical tools and should not be considered in isolation or as a substitute for analysis of our, or any of our subsidiaries', operating results as reported under IFRS or other generally accepted accounting standards. Non-GAAP measures such as Adjusted EBITDA are not measurements of our, or any of our subsidiaries', performance or liquidity under IFRS or any other generally accepted accounting principles, including U.S. GAAP. In particular, you should not consider Adjusted EBITDA as an alternative to (a) operating profit or profit for the period (as determined in accordance with IFRS) as a measure of our, or any of our operating entities', operating performance, (b) cash flows from operating, investing and financing activities as a measure of our, or any of our subsidiaries', ability to meet its cash needs or (c) any other measures of performance under IFRS or other generally accepted accounting standards. In addition, these measures may also be defined and calculated differently than the corresponding or similar terms under the terms governing our existing debt.

Adjusted EBITDA is defined as operating income before depreciation and amortization, other expenses and income (capital gains, non-recurring litigation, restructuring costs) and share-based expenses and after operating lease expenses. This may not be comparable to similarly titled measures used by other entities. Further, this measure should not be considered as an alternative for operating income as the effects of depreciation, amortization and impairment, excluded from this measure do ultimately affect the operating results, which is also presented within the annual consolidated financial statements in accordance with IAS 1 - Presentation of Financial Statements.

Capital expenditure (Capex), while measured in accordance with IFRS principles, is not a term that is defined in IFRS. However, Altice's management believe it is an important indicator for the Group as the profile varies greatly between activities:

  • The fixed business has fixed Capex requirements that are mainly discretionary (network, platforms, general), and variable Capex requirements related to the connection of new customers and the purchase of Customer Premise Equipment (TV decoder, modem, etc.).
  • Mobile Capex is mainly driven by investment in new mobile sites, upgrade to new mobile technology and licenses to operate; once engaged and operational, there are limited further Capex requirements.
  • Other Capex: Mainly related to costs incurred in acquiring content rights.

Operating free cash flow (OpFCF) is defined as Adjusted EBITDA less Capex. This may not be comparable to similarly titled measures used by other entities. Further, this measure should not be considered as an alternative for operating cash flow as presented in the consolidated statement of cash flows in accordance with IAS 1 - Presentation of Financial Statements. It is simply a calculation of the two above mentioned non-GAAP measures.

Adjusted EBITDA and similar measures are used by different companies for differing purposes and are often calculated in ways that reflect the circumstances of those companies. You should exercise caution in comparing Adjusted EBITDA as reported by us to Adjusted EBITDA of other companies. Adjusted EBITDA as presented herein differs from the definition of "Consolidated Combined Adjusted EBITDA" for purposes of any of the indebtedness of the Altice Group. The financial information presented in this presentation including but not limited to the quarterly financial information, pro forma financial information as well as Adjusted EBITDA and OpFCF is unaudited. In addition, the presentation of these measures is not intended to and does not comply with the reporting requirements of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") and will not be subject to review by the SEC; compliance with its requirements would require us to make changes to the presentation of this information.

2

Altice Europe Q1 2020 Summary

Subscriber net gains in all geographies and all segments

Revenue growth +3.6% with residential service revenue accelerating to +2.5%

EBITDA and OpFCF growth: +1.0% and +12%

€4.9 billion1 debt refinanced in Q1 2020, capital structure simplified

Fastfiber and tower transactions in Portugal both closed, €1.8 billion cash received, €750 million earn-out

€4.2 billion liquidity and no material maturity before 2025, Altice Corporate Financing facility maturity extended

Maintaining FY 2020 guidance despite uncertainty driven by COVID-19.Mid-term organic FCF > €1 billion

1. €2.8 billion at Altice International (January 9, 2020) and €2.1 billion at Altice France (January 24, 2020) For additional footnotes see slide 24

3

COVID-19 Update

Resilient business. Maintaining 2020 guidance

Our focus

Business impacts

Outlook

Protect our people

All shops closed in March

Defensive telecom performance

 Strong decrease in churn, still net adds positive

 Flat rate contracts, long-term customers

Maintain quality of connectivity

 Lower equipment sales

 Increasing demand for faster connectivity

 High quality and future proof infrastructure

Provide real time 24/7 news

Decrease in retail roaming

2020 guidance unchanged

Support community and vulnerable people

Delay in network deployments

 Grow revenue and EBITDA

 Further delever

Pressure on SMBs which are closed

Increasing focus on digitalization

Drop in advertising revenues

 Stronger online channels

 eCare adoption

 Home office solutions

4

Telecom Commercial Performance - Residential Fixed

Positive subscriber trends despite majority of shops closed since mid-March

Residential fixed net adds

('000)

France

Portugal

Israel

Dominican Republic

Altice Europe

+41

+28

+31

+8

+14

+4

+5

+3

+7

+4

+63

+64

+41

+34

+0

+2

+107

+114

Q1-19

Q1-20

Q1-19

Q1-20

Q1-19

Q1-20

Q1-19

Q1-20

Q1-19

Q1-20

Total

Fibre

Total

Fibre

Total

Fibre

Total

Fibre

Total

Fibre

Base: 6.4m (+2% YoY)

Base: 1.6m (+1% YoY)

Base: 1.0m (+4% YoY)

Base: 0.3m (+2% YoY)

Base: 9.3m (+2% YoY)

of which 46% fibre

of which 62% fibre

of which 58% fibre

of which 55% fibre

5

Telecom Commercial Performance - Residential Mobile

Positive subscriber trends despite majority of shops closed since mid-March

Residential postpaid mobile net adds

('000)

France

Portugal

Israel

Dominican Republic

Altice Europe

+167

+117

+116

+79

+33

+35

+7

+2

+11

+1

Q1-19

Q1-20

Q1-19

Q1-20

Q1-19

Q1-20

Q1-19

Q1-20

Q1-19

Q1-20

Base: 14.5m (+4% YoY)

Base: 3.1m (+4% YoY)

Base: 1.1m (+2% YoY)

Base: 0.6m (+8% YoY)

Base: 19.4m (+4% YoY)

6

Altice Europe Revenue Trends

Residential service revenue strength continues to accelerate

+3.6% YoY

(€m)

3,507

3,632

254

252

182

183

1,081

1,152

2,062

2,114

(71)

(72)

Q1-19

Q1-20

Residential services

Business services

Equipment sales

Media

Eliminations

Components of Q1 2020 revenue trends YoY

  • Total Altice Europe: +3.6% YoY

Residential services:

+2.5%

Business services:

+6.6%

Equipment sales:

-0.1%

Media:

+1.2%

Revenue growth evolution YoY

+11.2%

+6.9%

+3.8%

+3.6%

+1.2%

-0.1%

+0.4%

+2.5%

-2.0%

-4.7%

Q1-19

Q2-19

Q3-19

Q4-19

Q1-20

Residential services

Total

For footnotes see slide 24

7

Altice France Revenue Trends

+3.6% YoY

(€m)

2,550

2,643

96

104

135

133

807

872

1,506

1,541

Q1-19

Q1-20

Residential services

Business services

Equipment sales

Media

For footnotes see slide 24

Components of Q1 2020 revenue trends YoY

  • Total Altice France: +3.6% YoY

Residential services:

+2.3%

Business services:

+8.0%

Equipment sales:

+1.3%

Media:

-7.7%

Revenue growth evolution YoY

+13.3%

+7.2%

+4.0%

+3.6%

-1.2%

-1.7%

+0.5%

+0.8%

+2.3%

-5.5%

Q1-19

Q2-19

Q3-19

Q4-19

Q1-20

Residential services

Total

8

Altice International Revenue Trends

+3.1% YoY

(€m)

968

997

88

96

139

133

232

247

509

522

Q1-19

Q1-20

Portugal

Israel

Dominican Republic

Teads

Components of Q1 2020 revenue trends YoY

  • Total Altice International: +3.1% YoY

Portugal:

+2.6%

Israel:

+6.4% (-0.9% at CC)

Dominican Republic:

-4.5%(-1.6% at CC)

Teads:

+9.0% (+6.0% at CC)

Revenue growth evolution YoY

+5.5%

+6.9%

+3.6%

+3.2%

+2.0%

+0.1%

+2.4%

+3.1%

-2.5%

-2.8%

Q1-19

Q2-19

Q3-19

Q4-19

Q1-20

Residential services

Total

For footnotes see slide 24

9

Media Activity

Drop in advertising revenue since March 2020 due to COVID-19

Media revenue detail

Altice Europe

Media ex Altice TV

revenue split1

revenue by category

Business

services, 31%

NextRadioTV,

Media ex TV,

46%

Press, 4%

5%

Teads,

Residential,

50%

62%

Altice TV, 2%

Significant financial impacts while strong operating metrics

  • BFMTV news channel in France with audience multiplied by 2x vs. 2019
  • Teads very positive dynamic disrupted by global downturn in economic activity
  • Drop in advertising revenue and cancellation of campaigns

Measures implemented to reduce the impact of the decrease in revenue

  • Implementation of furloughing as of mid-March
  • Reduction in programming spend
  • Cut in marketing expenses
  • Freeze of employees travel and expenses
  • Cancellations of events
  • Restructuring program initiated

1. Q1 2020 revenue split excluding intragroup eliminations

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Altice Europe Financials

€m

Q1-19

Q1-

Growth YoY Reported

Growth YoY Constant FX

France

2,550

2,643

+3.6%

+3.6%

Altice International

968

998

+3.1%

+1.5%

Altice TV

60

63

-

-

Corporate and Other, Eliminations

-71

-72

-

-

Total Revenue

3,507

3,632

+3.6%

+3.1%

France

960

975

+1.6%

+1.6%

Altice International

368

376

+2.1%

+0.9%

Altice TV

-22

-29

-

-

Corporate and Other, Eliminations

-5

-7

-

-

Total EBITDA

1,301

1,314

+1.0%

+0.7%

France

378

456

+20.5%

+20.5%

Altice International

181

171

-5.5%

-5.2%

Altice TV

-25

-29

-

-

Corporate and Other, Eliminations

-4

-6

-

-

Total OpFCF

531

592

+11.6%

+11.7%

For footnotes see slide 24

11

Altice Europe Capital Structure

Altice Europe N.V

Net Debt

€28,574m

Net Leverage

5.2x

100%

Altice Corporate

Financing (ACF)

Net Debt

€977m

Altice TV

100%

Net Debt

€(2)m

4.06%1

Altice USA

Telecom Perimeter net leverage: 4.8x

100%

100%

  • No significant debt maturities until 2025, WAL of 6.3 years
  • Significant liquidity of €4.2 billion
  • Reduced WACD from 5.0% to 4.8% since year-end 2019
  • 89% of debt at fixed interest rate
  • Capital structure simplified in Q1 2020
  • Additional opportunities to further decrease interest cost

Altice France

Net Debt

€21,155m

Gross Leverage

5.1x

Undrawn RCF

€1,451m

Altice International

Net Debt

€6,540m

Net Leverage

4.2x

Undrawn RCF

€581m

Restricted Groups Altice France silo

Altice International silo

1. Shares owned by Altice Europe N.V. via Altice CVC Lux S.à r.l. as at March 31, 2020 For additional footnotes see slide 24

12

Free Cash Flow

Q1 2020 Free Cash Flow (FCF)

(€m)

Altice Europe

excluding TV

621

(198)

(567)

(27)

(

(146)

(314)

(174)

(488)

OpFCF

Cash vs.

Interest Pensions

Taxes

Ex-TV

TV

Altice

accrued

& Other1

FCF

FCF

Europe

Capex

FCF

  1. Excluding €75 million advance payment from Altice France to Altice TV (captured within TV FCF)
  2. Excluding spectrum and significant litigations paid and received

Altice Europe excluding TV Free Cash Flow

Q1 2020 reported FCF

€(314)m

Capex phasing

+€198m

Delta driven by accrued vs. cash Capex

Interest

+€217m

€1.4bn run-rate secured

Tower tax (IFER)

+€60m

€80m full year tax recognized in Q1 Opex

Q1

>€150m

Q1 2020 run-rate FCF

Q1 annualized

>€600m

Altice Europe mid-termfull-year

organic FCF target2

> €1 billion

13

FY 2020 Outlook Update

Maintaining 2020 guidance

Solid Q1 2020 results supported by residential segment accelerated growth and strong liquidity Good start of the year with no current need to change or suspend our 2020 guidance

Revenue

EBITDA

Leverage

Accelerate residential service revenue growth in our key geographies Grow Group revenue

Grow Group EBITDA

Further delever

Target leverage of 4.0x to 4.5x net debt to EBITDA1

Main negative financial impacts include:

  • Delay in FTTH construction
  • Sale of equipment while shops are closed
  • Roaming
  • Advertising

Key assumptions:

  • Lock-downslifted during Q2 2020
  • Gradual economic recovery thereafter

1. Target leverage for the Telecom Perimeter

14

Q&A

15

Appendix

16

Detailed Financials

€m

Q1-19

Q1-20

Growth YoY Reported

Growth YoY Constant FX

France

2,550

2,643

+3.6%

+3.6%

Portugal

509

522

+2.6%

+2.6%

Israel

232

247

+6.4%

-0.9%

Dominican Republic

139

133

-4.5%

-1.6%

Teads

88

96

+9.0%

+6.0%

Altice TV

60

63

-

-

Corporate and Other, Eliminations

-71

-72

-

-

Total Revenue

3,507

3,632

+3.6%

+3.1%

France

960

975

+1.6%

+1.6%

Portugal

206

210

+1.8%

+1.8%

Israel

85

91

+7.1%

-0.2%

Dominican Republic

71

67

-6.0%

-3.3%

Teads

6

9

+32.8%

+31.1%

Altice TV

-22

-29

-

-

Corporate and Other, Eliminations

-5

-7

-

-

Total EBITDA

1,301

1,314

+1.0%

+0.7%

France

378

456

+20.5%

+20.5%

Portugal

106

106

-0.1%

-0.1%

Israel

27

28

+2.7%

-4.3%

Dominican Republic

43

31

-26.4%

+24.3%

Teads

6

6

+7.5%

+5.7%

Altice TV

-25

-29

-

-

Corporate and Other, Eliminations

-4

-6

-

-

Total OpFCF

531

592

+11.6%

+11.7%

For footnotes see slide 24

17

Non-GAAP Reconciliation to Unaudited GAAP Measures1

For the three months ended

€m

March 31, 2020 (unaudited)

Revenue

3,625.4

Purchasing and subcontracting costs

-971.4

Other operating expenses

-736.9

Staff costs and employee benefits

-387.2

Total

1,529.9

Share-based expense

10.0

Rental expense operating lease

-225.5

Adjusted EBITDA

1,314.4

Depreciation, amortisation and impairment

-1,273.8

Share-based expense

-10.0

Other expenses and income

79.7

Rental expense operating lease

225.5

Operating profit/(loss)

335.8

Capital expenditure (accrued)

722.3

Capital expenditure - working capital items

376.4

Payments to acquire tangible and intangible assets

1,098.7

Operating free cash flow (OpFCF)

592.1

1. The difference in consolidated revenue as reported for Altice Europe in the Non-GAAP Reconciliation to GAAP measures as of March 31, 2020 year to date and the Pro Forma Financial Information for Altice Europe as disclosed in this presentation is mainly due to Teads gross revenue which are presented before discounts in this presentation (net revenue after discounts are recognised in the financial statements)

18

Altice Europe Debt Maturity Profile1

(€bn)

0.2

0.1

0.1

1.3

0.1

4.9

12.3

5.1

6.5

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

2028

Altice France

Altice International

Altice Corporate Financing

1. Maturity profile excluding leases/other debt (c.€145 million)

19

Q1 2020 Free Cash Flow

Altice Europe excluding TV

621

(198)

(567)

(27)

(146)

(578)

(308)

(314)

(174)

168

(257)

270

(488)

(123)

123

OpFCF

Cash vs.

Interest

Pensions

Taxes

Ex-TV

TV

Altice

M&A

Other

Change

Change

Change

accrued

& Other1

FCF

FCF

Europe

investing

in

in

in

Capex

FCF

activities

net debt

gross debt

cash

Altice

Altice

Altice

Europe

Europe

Europe

The increase in gross and net debt as shown includes €123 million of non-cash movements related to swaps and foreign exchange currency translation 1. Excluding €75 million advance payment from Altice France to Altice TV (captured within TV FCF)

20

Altice TV Content Cost Schedule

Rest of

(€m)

20201

2021

2022

2023

Content expense (incl. EPL, NBC/Discovery etc.)

183

197

65

65

-

UEFA (incl. Champions League)

176

176

-

-

Other sports

18

17

-

-

Payment to acquire intangible assets

194

193

-

-

Total committed cash content costs

377

389

65

0

-

Total 2020 to 2023: c.€0.8bn, prior to ongoing negotiation notably regarding sports as no events available since mid-March

1. From April 1, 2020 onwards

21

Pro Forma Net Debt Reconciliation as of March 31, 2020

€m

Altice Europe N.V. Reconciliation to Swap Adjusted Debt

Actual

Pro Forma

Total Debenture and Loans from Financial Institutions

32,648

32,648

Value of Debenture and Loans from Financial Institutions in Foreign Currency converted at closing FX Rate

-43,174

-43,174

Value of Debenture and Loans from Financial Institutions in Foreign Currency converted at hedged Rate

41,991

41,991

Transaction Costs

285

285

Total Swap Adjusted Value of Debenture and Loans from Financial Institutions

31,750

31,750

Commercial Paper

92

92

Overdraft

9

9

Other debt and leases

137

137

Pro Forma Debt repayment

0

-1,243

Gross Debt Consolidated

31,987

30,743

Altice

Altice

Altice

Altice

Altice

Altice Europe N.V. (Actual)

Telecom

Corporate

Europe N.V.

TV

Europe N.V.

Perimeter

Financing

Consolidated

Gross Debt Consolidated

30,259

1,728

-

-

31,987

Cash

-616

-82

-2

-96

-796

Net Debt Consolidated

29,643

1,646

-2

-96

31,191

Altice

Altice

Altice

Altice

Altice Europe

Altice Europe N.V. (Pro Forma)

Telecom

Corporate

N.V.

TV

Europe N.V.

Perimeter

Financing

Consolidated

Gross Debt Consolidated

29,684

1,060

-

-

30,743

Cash

-1,989

-82

-2

-96

-2,169

Net Debt Consolidated

27,695

977

-2

-96

28,574

For footnotes see slide 24

22

Pro Forma Net Leverage Reconciliation as of March 31, 2020

€m

Altice Telecom Perimeter

Altice Europe

Altice

Altice

Altice TV

ACF

Others

Intra-Group

N.V

Altice Europe N.V (Pro Forma)

Altice France

Telecom

International

Eliminations

Consolidated

Perimeter

Gross Debt Consolidated

21,539

8,145

29,684

-

1,060

-

30,743

Cash

-383

-1,605

-1,989

-2

-82

-96

-

-2,169

Net Debt Consolidated

21,155

6,540

27,695

-2

977

-96

28,574

LTM Standalone

4,219

1,560

5,778

-138

-

-31

-

5,610

Eliminations

-

-0

-

-

-

-

-9

-9

Corporate Costs

-

-2

-2

-

2

-0

LTM EBITDA Consolidated

4,219

1,557

5,776

-138

-

-28

-9

5,601

PF L'Express

3

-

3

-

-

-

-

3

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

LTM EBITDA Consolidated PF

4,222

1,557

5,779

-138

-

-28

-9

5,604

Gross Leverage (LTM EBITDA)

5.1x

5.2x

5.1x

0.0x

0.0x

0.0x

-

5.5x

Net Leverage (LTM EBITDA)

5.0x

4.2x

4.8x

0.0x

0.0x

0.0x

-

5.1x

L2QA EBITDA Consolidated PF

4,189

1,539

5,728

-167

-

-29

-7

5,526

Gross Leverage (L2QA EBITDA)

5.1x

5.3x

5.2x

0.0x

0.0x

0.0x

0.0x

5.6x

Net Leverage (L2QA EBITDA)

5.1x

4.2x

4.8x

0.0x

0.0x

0.0x

0.0x

5.2x

For footnotes see slide 24

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Additional Footnotes

€1.8 billion of disposal cash proceeds include the proceeds already received from the sale of 49.99% of Fastfiber (payment terms: €1,573 million received on April 17, 2020,

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not including €375 million in December 2021, nor €375 million in December 2026) and the proceeds from the sale of OMTEL (€201 million)

€4.2 billion liquidity includes €2.0 billion of undrawn revolvers and €2.2 billion of cash. The €2.2 billion of cash includes proceeds from the sale of 49.99% of Fastfiber (payment

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terms: €1,573 million received on April 17, 2020, €375 million in December 2021, not including €375 million in December 2026) and reflects the repayment of the Altice Finco

S.A. bridge facility (€500 million on April 17, 2020) and the Altice Financing S.A. RCF loan of €75 million repaid on April 21, 2020. Cash also includes €82 million of restricted

cash for debt financing obligations at Altice Corporate Financing. Excludes €668 million repayment of Altice Corporate Financing as well as the proceeds of a potential

monetization of the stake in Altice USA. Excludes funding of Covage acquisition expected in H1 2020 and any associated construction-related EBITDA

Financials are shown on a pro forma standalone reporting basis and Group figures are shown on a pro forma consolidated basis and are shown under IFRS 15 accounting

Pages 7, 8, 9, 11,

standard

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Financials exclude press magazine Groupe L'Express (following disposal on July 30, 2019) from 1/1/19

Equipment sales refers to residential equipment sales only

Pages 7, 8

Teads gross revenue is presented before discounts (net revenue after discounts is recognised in the Consolidated financial statements)

Pages 9, 17

Leverage is shown on an L2QA basis

Pages 12, 23

Group net debt is pro forma for the repayment of the €500 million Altice Finco S.A. bridge facility (April 17, 2020), the repayment of the Altice Financing S.A. RCF of €75 million

and the cash proceeds from the sale of 49.99% of Fastfiber (payment terms: €1,573 million received on April 17, 2020, €375 million in December 2021, not including €375

million in December 2026). Group net debt excludes €668 million repayment of Altice Corporate Financing as well as the proceeds of a potential monetization of the stake in

Altice USA. Group net debt includes €96 million of cash at Altice Europe N.V. and other subsidiaries outside debt silos

Altice France net debt excludes operating lease liabilities recognized under IFRS 16 and includes €4.3 billion equivalent of Senior Notes issued at Altice France Holding S.A.

Altice France Hivory OpCo RCF is undrawn, Altice France S.A. is drawn for €150 million, Altice International RCFs are undrawn (on a PF basis)

The €2.2 billion of cash includes proceeds from the sale of 49.99% of Fastfiber (payment terms: €1,573 million received on April 17, 2020, €375 million in December 2021, not

Pages 22, 23

including €375 million in December 2026) and reflects the repayment of the Altice Finco S.A. bridge facility (€500 million on April 17, 2020) and the Altice Financing S.A. RCF

loan of €75 million repaid on April 21, 2020. Cash also includes €82 million of restricted cash for debt financing obligations at Altice Corporate Financing. Excludes €668 million

repayment of Altice Corporate Financing as well as the proceeds of a potential monetization of the stake in Altice USA. Excludes funding of Covage acquisition expected in H1

2020 and any associated construction-related EBITDA

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