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Kingston Communications has acquired Mistral Internet, the business internet service provider with offices in Romsey, Southampton, Brighton and London, for £20m.
Kingston Communications has acquired JAM IP, the Maidenhead-based IP contact centre solutions company, for an initial £2.6m.
Kingston Communications is to acquire Smart421, the Ipswich-based IT services company, for £24m.
Kingston Communications, the Hull-based telecoms company with a market valuation of £345m, has received a takeover approach from an unnamed company.
Kingston Communications has sold Arche Communications of France to Telindus of Belgium for £32m.
Kingston Communications has acquired Technica, the storage consultancy with 30 staff in Warwick and Reading, for up to £6.5m.
Kingston Communications is to acquire Omnetica, the Hemel Hempstead-based provider of enterprise network solutions, for £169m.
Kingston Communications has acquired Eclipse Networking, the internet service provider, for £12m.
Kingston Communications has sold its Inmedia satellite and broadcasting unit to The Carlyle Group for £34m, and the proceeds will be used to reduce debt.
Kingston Communications has acquired Milgo Solutions from Platinum Equity in a £23m deal, as part of a strategy to develop a nationwide communications network.
Kingston Communications has dropped plans to invest £1bn in a national high-speed internet service, and will instead limit spending to £150m by forming partnerships with other telecoms companies.
Kingston Communications has applied for access to 1,000 British Telecom exchanges, as part of a strategy to expand its broadband services at a cost of up to £1bn.
Kingston Communications is selling its 25% stake in KSCL, the communications software business, to Telesens of Germany for £26m.
Kingston Communications is planning to expand its business telecoms network into the Thames Valley and the north-west of England, and has also announced plans for the development of a £60m glass fibre network in partnership with Colt.
Kingston Communications has announced plans to raise £100m in a share placing, in order to fund the expansion of its Torch telecoms business into more cities.
Kingston Communications is to set up a £4m call centre in Hull, with the creation of 1,100 jobs.
Kingston Communications is to be partially floated by its owner Hull City Council, and 400 new jobs are expected to be created over the next few years.
Kingston Communications has bought Teleport London International, the broadcaster of TV and radio programmes to Armed Forces throughout the world, for £10m, in order to gain a foothold in the digital TV revolution.
Kingston Communications has sold Kingston SCL, the supplier of billing and operational support software, to management for £55m.
Kingston Communications has bought out Yorkshire Electricity's 50% stake in their Torch Telecom joint venture for £24m.