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Swisscom to sell Alphapay to EOS

Tuesday 5 May 2015 | 11:20 CET | News
Swisscom has announced that it will sell its subsidiary Alphapay, a debt collection company, to the German EOS Group, twst.com reports. The approximately 80 Alphapay employees will be transferred to EOS. For the time being, nothing will change for Alphapay's business customers and they will retain the same contact partners as before. Under its new owner, Alphapay will also assume responsibility for Swisscom's debt collection.

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Companies: Swisscom
Countries: Germany / Switzerland
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