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Sureline Communications has acquired I-NAP, the struggling broadband provider that hinted it could go out of business last week.

Business broadband customers with I-NAP may have been preparing to look for a new internet service provider (ISP) after it announced plans to hold a meeting with its creditors and discuss the possibility of liquidation.

However, Kent-based ISP and network services company Sureline has now stepped in and claims that the takeover went seamlessly, causing no disruption to customers' broadband connections.

Sureline is now in the process of contacting I-NAP customers regarding the change of ownership and advising them about the new services on offer.

Nick Hill, Director of the ISP, said: "Our focus is quality of service; ensuring we understand the customer's business model is an essential component of this providing them with impartial, straight-talking advice on the best unified communication solutions for their business."

The official website for I-NAP, which claims to provide business broadband solutions for all sizes of company, is still being updated and cannot currently be accessed by customers.

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