According to sources, Energis, which claims to be the only business focused telecoms company in the UK has bought Planet Online - a UK ISP focused on the business segment.
By Richard Barry
| August 28, 1998 -- 10:47 GMT (03:47 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
The deal is said to be worth £75m
Full report to follow
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