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Short Take: Rocky Mountain Internet buys long distance firm

Rocky Mountain Internet, a Denver-based ISP, has acquired the assets of Communication Network Services (CNS), a long distance provider and telemarketing firm, for $500,000 in stock. Rocky Mountain, which offers nationwide dial-up Net access, calling cards, and other Web-based services, will use CNS to expand its business offerings, including telemarketing.

Rocky Mountain Internet, a Denver-based ISP, has acquired the assets of Communication Network Services (CNS), a long distance provider and telemarketing firm, for $500,000 in stock. Rocky Mountain, which offers nationwide dial-up Net access, calling cards, and other Web-based services, will use CNS to expand its business offerings, including telemarketing.