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India's VSNL International Gains Teleglobe

VSNL, a provider of international communication solutions based in India, has announced the completion of its acquisition of Teleglobe. By leveraging Teleglobe's assets, VSNL International is poised to deliver a portfolio of next-generation carrier and enterprise solutions worldwide.

The combined company will own and operate an international mobile, data and voice network with coverage in more than 240 countries and territories. The foundation of the new company's services will be the integration of VSNL's pan-India presence and cable diversity to and from India and Teleglobe's network.

With its acquisition of Teleglobe, VSNL's wholesale customers can benefit from greater network reach and one provider for voice, data and mobile services. As part of its strategy to deliver next-generation solutions, VSNL International will leverage Teleglobe's network and capabilities to further expand services offered through its Global Business Pathway initiative.

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