Wireless broadband operator KeyOn acquires VoIP assets

Wireless broadband network operator KeyOn Communications announced it has acquired the voice-over-IP (VoIP) assets of CommX, which will allow the company to sell VoIP services to its wireless broadband customers.

CommX provides hosted VoIP services to businesses and residential customers through direct distribution as well as third-party wholesale and agent partners. KeyOn said the acquisition will give the company a vertically integrated platform to upsell VoIP services to its more than 20,000 wireless broadband subscribers.  

"We believe that the acquisition of these VoIP assets is a compelling vertical integration strategy that complements our wireless broadband operations, Rural UniFi acquisition program and broadband stimulus initiatives," said Jonathan Snyder, president and CEO of KeyOn Communications, in a press release.  

For more:
- see this release

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