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Vocus - News, Features, and Slideshows
Monday is expected to be the last day that M2 shares will trade on the ASX after the Victorian Supreme court today gave the go-ahead for a merger with Vocus Communications.
M2 shareholders have overwhelmingly backed a merger with Vocus Communications. More than 99 per cent of votes endorsed the deal at a shareholder meeting today.
A number of telcos have endorsed the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission moving to regulate non-NBN super-fast broadband networks that target residential end users.
Vocus' move to acquire Amcom has received Federal Court approval.
Vocus has referred TPG to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission after the telco sought to block the acquisition of Amcom.
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