Momentum Telecom, a provider of private-label digital voice services and broadband management to cable operators, municipalities and managed service providers, on Friday announced acquiring CommPartners, a bankrupt VoIP service provider in Las Vegas.
Momentum said it acquired CommPartners assets under an asset liquidation sale stemming from a Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Through the acquisition, Birmingham, Ala.-based Momentum asserts it now ranks as one of the largest wholesale providers of digital IP telephony, supporting more than 100,000 lines.
CommPartners supports roughly 200 reseller customers and about 27,000 hosted seats and SIP trunks. The company has primarily supported data VARs and other resellers that provide hosted IP telephony to small and medium-sized businesses, according to Momentum Telecom.
Momentum will continue to support CommPartners white-label and retail VAR programs, a Momentum spokesperson said, and the company plans to roll out a more robust program over the next few months.”
Momentum said CommPartners would be absorbed into the company and rebranded as Momentum works out details of the ownership change. Momentum will maintain sales support, account management, Tier 2 and Tier 3 technical support in Las Vegas.
We are already in the process of moving quickly to contact CommPartners customers, introduce ourselves and ensure they know we are assuming all current contracts and agreements,” said Sarah Pieri, Momentums director of sales and marketing, in a statement.
Momentum has been delivering hosted IP telephony service since 2005 and is a CLEC certified in 45 states.