Wireline gobbles up former ispONE customers

Wireline is "in negotiations with numerous other interested prospective customers."

Telco Wireline has signed agreements with former customers of troubled telecommunications service provider ispONE.

ispONE, a Melbourne-based company which resold access to Telstra’s mobile network to retailer Kogan and ALDI, went into voluntary administration in late August.

The company is also in negotiations with numerous "other interested prospective customers" and has released a statement.

"Given the volatility of the situation, Wireline's customers have needed Wireline to transition thousands of end users over to its own network as soon as possible," the statement said.

"Wireline has achieved this for all its customers in a matter of days and some cases even hours.

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"In one case, the Wireline signed with the customer at 5pm and was able to work with voice carriers to restore services on hundreds of voice telephone service which were disabled by ispONE's suppliers by 11pm that same day."

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