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Brightview Ltd - the independent outfit that owns ISPs including callnet, ic24, madasafish and Totalise - is no longer in administration.

It was bought by its original investors less than a week after being placed in administration following a dispute among shareholders.

In a brief statement the company said: "The original funders of Brightview have acquired all the assets out of administration in an entirely solvent manner. The operational side of the business was not affected."

Brightview said it now has plans to relaunch one or two of its ISPs and is planning to unveil some more products. It is also still on the look-out to acquire other ISPs. ®

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