JaJah, a Californian/Israeli VoIP company, has been acquired by Telefónica Europe for $206 million (€145 million).
Telefonica, which is also known by its consumer label of O2, beat out rival bidders like Microsoft and Cisco, who were said to be looking at the company. T-Mobile parent Deutsche Telekom was an investor, and probably looked at the company, as well.
The deal is all cash and provides a nice exit for its backers who invested around $33 million in the company.
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