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UK-based internet telephony outfit - Callserve Communications - is on the hunt for other VoIP companies it can snap up in a bid to swell its operation.

The company - which has cash of its own and the financial backing of independent investors - says it is keen to snap up other Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) businesses that have a "complementary technology". Alternatively, it would be just as happy to hook up with another VoIP outfit.

Callserve currently does most of its business in Middle East, Africa, Latin America, Asia and Eastern Europe, and is looking to launch a VoIP product in the UK early next year.

Said Callserve chief exec Ajaz Ahmed: "With the increased uptake of broadband in the UK, the time is right to bolster our offering in the UK market for Internet telephony and we have plans to transform the market next year with some great new services.

"We are also looking to either acquire or partner with companies in the VoIP space that offer complementary and unique technologies.

"Acquisition is a proven and effective way to reach scale rapidly and push technology boundaries. We are eager to roll out our new services as soon as possible and this strategy supports our roadmap going forward," he said. ®

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