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Unified communications provider Elite Telecom has bought Derby-based 21C Telecom for an undisclosed sum.

Communications provider Elite Telecom has bought mobile data specialist FoneRent out of administration.

Elite Telecom is on the acquisition trail again as it continues with its expansion plans.

Lancashire-based telecoms firm, Elite Telecom, has launched a sporting division.

Elite Telecom has made yet another acquisition, buying London-based GPNS in a deal worth £4.9 million.

Elite Telecom has bought Tariff Reduction Services (TRS), its third acquisition in a matter of months.

Elite Telecom, which specialises in bespoke business telecoms solutions, has bought London-based VoIP company Liquid Business Services for an undisclosed sum.

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