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  Reply # 1112509 20-Aug-2014 23:39
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I have been in the isp / network industry for 10 years, and extensive experience all the above.

we already have the infrastructure this will be a branch out of dealing with bigger business and tapping into the residential market.

What i love about GeekZone is everyone is honest and everyone is a geek. Everyone thinks they know best because everyone has a mind :)

We are reaching out to geek zone not in the effort to move people over but for as market research.

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  Reply # 1112655 21-Aug-2014 09:54
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NewNZISP: I have been in the isp / network industry for 10 years, and extensive experience all the above.

we already have the infrastructure this will be a branch out of dealing with bigger business and tapping into the residential market.


The business ISP market is saturated enough, residential is even more so.

What I don't get is the point - Your upline Vocus already covers both markets.

What can you offer which they can't or don't? Residential users by and large don't have any special requirements.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1113605 22-Aug-2014 17:55
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correction we have multiple uplinks

VOCUS, TELSTRA

We have some things up our sleeves I'm sure you will be surprised.

Cheap will be one of them.

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