Connexin buys NextGenUs broadband networks

Wednesday 18 April 2012 | 11:09 CET | News
UK internet phone company Connexin has taken over operations of community broadband provider NextGenUs in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. NextGenUs was placed into administration on 13 April after announcing in March that it was unable to pay creditors. The company has around 400 customers in Hull and 200 in Ashby and Digby. Connexin CEO Furqan Alamgir has announced that it has formally purchased the NextGenUs Hull, Ashby and Digby networks to ensure that customers did not lose connectivity and in a wider effort to support the local community. As a result, around 500 customer connections

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Connexin / NextGenUs
Countries: United Kingdom
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