We analyse from the point of view of corporate finance some of the company sales of internet services confirmed in the last year 2018. We talk about a generalised sector, where a customer can obtain mailing services, FTP, Telnet or telephony services, among others. In this post we talk about the Spanish operator Excom, which ended the year with a triple acquisition, and other sales operations worldwide.
With more than 11 years of experience in the sector, Excom defines itself as a broadband operator which has its own telecommunications network based on 4G LTE, WIMAX and SATELLITE technology. The company's mission is to offer a quality Internet, fixed and mobile telephony service in rural and non-urban areas, sparsely populated or poorly served by large operatorsand all of this without the need for telephone wiring.
Continuing with its growth plan, Excom confirmed on 19 December three company purchases related to its activity. The first of these was the operator TelewifiThe operation consisted of the purchase of the company, based in Benamejí (Córdoba), for 60,000 euros. The operation consisted of the acquisition of the 50% of the operator of Least Cost Routing Telecom.
The second company sold to Excom was Megavista for an amount of 1.25 million. The selling party was composed of Lormar Hotels, Gar-Sistemas de Gestión, and some private individuals. Megavista, based in Elche, is an operator of rural Internet, broadband and IP telephony services, among others.
Finally, and at the same time, Excom also acquired the operator Wificom. This operator offers its services in Alicantewith low rates for home internet and rural internet. In this last sale the operation has been unknown.
Luis Abenza, CEO of Excom, said the following about this triple deal: "With these operations we consolidate our presence in the Valencian Community and Andalusia, where we are working to deploy new FTTH and FWB networks, in order to offer our customers the best possible service. high-speed internet services at competitive prices to more and more customers.