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Supanet is on the look out for rival broadband ISPs to purchase.

The broadband provider made the revelation earlier in the week, explaining that the economic downturn had left many rivals open to takeover bids.

"Many companies are feeling the pressure as the recession takes hold," said Supanet managing director, Steve Smart.

He went on: "We are in the fortunate position of being able to make strategic acquisitions as we move to grow our current portfolio.

"We are open to discussions with all technology companies, with particular attention to small ISPs, voice solution providers and telephony resellers."

Supanet's premium offer gives customers an 8Mb connection with a 25GB monthly download allowance.

Subscribers signing up to the Supanet Mid package will also receive speeds of up to 8Mb with a 10GB download allowance.

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