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Flint Telecom acquired the second VoIP service provider

ctiforum on April 6 (compiled/Liu Yu): flint Telecom has completed the letter of intent to acquire another VoIP service provider, which is a provider of VoIP services for small and medium-sized enterprises in the United States, and flint Telecom proposed 100% acquisition of it. The final agreement will be completed at the end of April. According to the necessary investigation, the transaction is expected to be successfully completed in the last fiscal quarter of flint Telecom as of June 30, 2011

the acquisition will earn an annual income of more than $1.5 million. In order to consolidate with other pending acquisitions, the reduction of operating costs due to the reduction of shared public services and network costs is expected to increase the net income of the acquired company by about one third

a recent study by the Federal Communications Commission (hereinafter referred to as FCC) shows that compared with 2009, VoIP usage between enterprises and consumers increased by 21% in 2010, making curve operation simpler and easier. The FCC's local competition report points out that the IP communication market will grow as 21million end users use VoIP subscription services provided by cable TV, traditional telecom operators or VoIP service providers. The report pointed out that at the end of 2008, there were 162million local cable service retailers with spring testing machine range and 21million VoIP users. According to FCC's all IP network plan, this number will increase faster in the next few years

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