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Finally, an audio service that focuses on quality! Initially all shares in the new plc were owned by the Government. In November Shares were listed in London, New York, and Toronto and the first day of trading on was 3 December The Government sold half its remaining interest in December and the other half in July In Julythe new Labour Government relinquished its Special Share "Golden Share"retained at the time of the flotation, which had effectively given it the power to block a takeover of the company, and to appoint two non-executive directors to the Board.
This venture, entitled Ocean, found its main success through the launch of Ireland's first subscription-free dial-up ISP, oceanfree. As a telecoms company it found much less success, mainly targeting corporate customers.
Its aim was to build a network which would provide easy global connectivity to multinational corporations. This alliance progressed further on 3 November when the two companies announced that they had agreed to a merger, creating a global telecommunications company called Concert plc.
However, in light of pressure from investors reacting to the slide in BT's share price on the London Stock ExchangeBT reduced its bid price for MCI, releasing MCI from its exclusivity clause and allowing it to speak to other interested parties. Because Worldcom used its stock to leverage its purchase, as opposed to cash used by BTit was able to outbid BT.
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The reaction to the failure of the deal in the City of London was critical of then Chairman Iain Vallance and CEO Peter Bonfieldand the lack of confidence from the failed merger led to their removal. Bythis had receded to the point where a deal was possible.
However, the former monopolies clashed in management and culture — and the alliance never really worked from the start. At its height, the Concert managed network directly reached more than cities in 52 countries, and interlinked to about other networks to extend access to 1, cities in countries. Although Concert continued signing customers, its rate of revenue growth slowed, so that in David Dorman was made CEO with a brief to revive it.
The Esat Telecom Group was split in two with the landline and internet operations were combining with Ocean to became part of BT Ignite. EsatBT installed the first DSL lines in Ireland, to try and compete heavily with former state telecoms company Eircom and operate one exchange, in Limerick.
It is also the second largest fixed line telecommunications company in Ireland behind the former monopoly operator, Eircom. The company then began to sell off or sell and lease back a large part of its assets.
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All networks now owned or operated by mmO2 except Manx Telecom were renamed as O2. The de-merger was accomplished via a share-swap, all British Telecommunications plc shareholders received one mmO2 plc and one BT Group plc of which British Telecommunications is now a wholly owned subsidiary share for each share they owned.
British Telecommunications plc was de-listed on 16 November, and the two new companies started trading on 19 November. It also acquired the Italian company Albacom. For actual progress see BT 21CN. BT stated that PlusNet will continue to operate separately out of its Sheffield head-office.
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