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Vispa has completed its takeover of Scotland-based internet service provider Abel Internet.

The broadband firm, which provides web packages for both homes and businesses, has acquired Abel's customer base of over 700 customers as part of the deal.

According to ISPreview.co.uk, Vispa is planning to make more acquisitions in the coming months, as it looks to support providers that may have struggled due to the impact of the recession.

Adam Binks, Vispa's commercial director, said the company will work hard to ensure Abel's subscribers receive the high level of customer service they are used to.

He told the website: "Abel's customers will now also have the opportunity to benefit from the many additional products and services that Vispa has to offer."

Vispa was established in 1999 and, as well as providing a range of broadband speeds, the firm offers clients web hosting, virtual private server and IT support services.

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