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Who is Birch Telecom and where did they come from? I have never heard anything about them until today.

 

I would say that they are a local telephone and internet provider that is also a MVNO of Sprint offering mobile internet on a USB stick.

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I did a Google search and the information is so vague. I only found history for them dating back to 2010. Too many unanswered questions. Even Wikipedia doesn't have an article on them.

 

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History only goes back to late 2009 when they refinanced debt. Strange. They must have been called something else. :scratch:

Well, now I am interested. :secret:

 

Seems that modern-day Birch Communications is actually a company named Access Integrated Networks(Atlanta-based). They acquired Birch Telecom(KC-based) back in July of 2008 for an undisclosed sum of money. AIN then renamed themselves Birch Communications, which runs Birch Telecom.

http://www.bizjourna.../30/daily6.html

 

I guess Birch Telecom re-emerged after their bankruptcy in 2002 and made themselves a good acquisition target a few year later.

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Well, now I am interested. :secret:

 

Seems that modern-day Birch Communications is actually a company named Access Integrated Networks(Atlanta-based). They acquired Birch Telecom(KC-based) back in July of 2008 for an undisclosed sum of money. AIN then renamed themselves Birch Communications, which runs Birch Telecom.

http://www.bizjourna.../30/daily6.html

 

I guess Birch Telecom re-emerged after their bankruptcy in 2002 and made themselves a good acquisition target a few year later.

 

Finally some real background info. Thanks!

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