SIM card provider Go-SIM has strengthened its position in the market with the acquisition of competitor Oneroam UK for an undisclosed fee.
GO-SIM, which has offices in the UK and US and operates in 175 countries and regions globally over 400 networks, has bought the assets of the Hampshire-based company. From March 1, Oneroam UK ceased trading.
All of Oneroam UK’s customers have been transferred across to GO-SIM. They will now have access to the company’s Voice2Email service which allows users to manage their emails from their mobile using voice commands and the MyGO-SIM which enables customers to manage their SIM cards, add credit online and send free texts.
GO-SIM is also in discussions with another competitor, several network operators and a number of perspective investment finders to support its aims for aggressive growth.
GO-SIM CEO David Agar: “Since we founded GO-SIM in 2005 our sales objectives have always been underpinned by a strategy of both organic growth and acquisitions. We are always on the lookout for suitable companies to buy in order to grow more rapidly and in fact we are hoping to be able to announce a second acquisition very shortly.
“GO-SIM is a progressive company and is not in the buisness of standing still. Our aim is to become the leading supplier of international prepaid SIM cards and GO-SIM’s management team is highly focused and determined to drive this ambition forward.”