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TalkTalk Business has completed the acquisition of telecoms firm Greystone Telecom, it has been announced.

An undisclosed fee has been paid for the Cheshire-based firm - a long-term channel partner.

TalkTalk Business Managing Director Paul Lawton said the firm had acquired a service provider with which it has built "a really strong long term relationship".

"Importantly when it was the right time for the owners to exit, we were able to quickly agree a deal, provide a good home for their customer base and continue to offer support to Greystone's channel partners," Mr Lawton stated.

"Importantly we will be able to offer a wider choice of services driven from our next-generation network to both customers and partners alike."

Greystone Telecom's owners Max and Judy Morrison said the "natural option" was to sell the company to TalkTalk Business.

They said that over the course of 11 years, the support and commitment of the broadband provider has been "unsurpassed".

"We personally feel our customers and partners will benefit greatly with TalkTalk Business," they added.

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