Angel Telecom Holding acquires majority of Next Angel LLC
Angel Telecom Holding AG located in Baar, Switzerland and traded on the Third Market of the Vienna Stock Exchange under the symbol AGLT announced that it acquired Next Communication, Inc.'s interest in Next Angel LLC, New York USA in a friendly transaction.
Angel Telecom Holding AG located in Baar, Switzerland and traded on the Third Market of the Vienna Stock Exchange under the symbol AGLT announced today that it acquired Next Communication, Inc.'s interest in Next Angel LLC, New York USA in a friendly transaction. Following this transaction, Angel Telecom will hold a majority of Next Angel, which will be renamed to Angel Americas LLC. [Marcatel will remain a partner in Angel Americas LLC.]
Angel Americas LLC markets prepaid calling-cards, and other prepaid voice and mobile products and is a dominant player in the US retail voice product market targeting ethnic communities in the United States. Angel Telecom's increased investment in Angel Americas LLC follows the company’s strategy to strengthen its presence in the United States.
Angel Telecom has just completed its fiscal year 2012-13 with a significant increase in revenues and noticeable improvement in profitability. Details will be announced separately.
About Angel Telecom
Angel Telecom owns and operates ATTrade©, an online professional trading platform for Voice over IP (VOIP) traffic. The platform runs on the Company's proprietary software, custom designed to address the needs of the wholesale VOIP market. The platform has operated continuously since September, 2006 and is utilized by nearly 500 carriers and traders. The Company principals have over 20 years experience in the international wholesale telecom business, and maintain long-term personal relationships with carriers and PTTs.
For more information, visit the Company’s website at www.angel-telecom.com
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