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By Pattrick Smellie March 23 (BusinessDesk) -  2Degrees, New Zealand's third-largest mobile telecommunications provider, is to acquire Christchurch-based internet service provider, Snap, to allow it to compete more effectively for business customers by offering a full range of mobile, broadband and fixed-line voice telephony using the internet. The purchase, for an undisclosed sum, formally links the two companies, which have been in a selling partnership arrangement for the past two years, 2degrees chief executive Stewart Sherriff said i...
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