Superloop is set to obtain retail services company Exetel for $a hundred and ten million in money and shares, marking more consolidation in the Australian broadband industry.

The order will convey a hundred and ten,000 customer and business enterprise consumers onto Superloop’s books.

“The acquisition of Exetel – Australia’s greatest private ISP – provides major scale to mature [the] worthwhile share of our 3 client segments,” Superloop CEO Paul Tyler claimed in a money submitting.

“Integration of Exetel into Superloop’s present networks delivers super fast, super straightforward and super dependable connectivity to 3 periods a lot more households and companies.”

Superloop claimed its provide comprised of $100 million money – to be lifted – and $ten million in shares.

The capital increasing contains the two institutional and retail offerings.

Superloop experienced entered a buying and selling halt previously this week pending an acquisition, foremost to a day of speculation around the long run of Exetel.