Internet service provider (ISP) Breathe Networks Group has confirmed that it was subject to a management buyout last week following a series of problems with its emails.
The broadband supplier has witnessed major disruptions this month to the email service offered by its ZetNet brand, which was forced to enter administration on July 16th, ispreview.co.uk reports.
Speaking to the website, Steve Kaye, Managing Director of Breathe Internet, admitted that the broadband supplier had suffered a "turbulent past".
"The expansion plans of the group were ambitious but that ambition over took what was practical, achievable and reflective of the current economy," he said.
"The absolute primary objective for us now is to take the business back to basics focus on what were good at, build upon a number of prominent brands in the UK internet industry but mostly repair what has caused our customers challenges in the past."
Mr Kaye also apologised to customers whose broadband connections had been disrupted while the new management "consolidated" Breathe's services.
In other news, meanwhile, ISP Eclipse has launched a campaign to lure business broadband customers from Pipex and Nildram with the promise of £50 cashback.