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Topic # 23981 12-Jul-2008 13:07
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Hi, 

My name is Ange, just signed up to make new friends and catch up with the world! 

I currently work for Telecom in the retail side of life, leaving soon to move into my new role in Gen-i as a Phone Ranger for Auckland. 

I hope to make some friends soon Laughing 

Cheers 
Ange 

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Reply # 147107 12-Jul-2008 13:26
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  Reply # 147111 12-Jul-2008 13:31
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Welcome to GZ!




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  Reply # 147125 12-Jul-2008 13:48
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Welcome to Geekzone Ange Smile

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  Reply # 147137 12-Jul-2008 14:29
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Nice to see another femal presence here :)

Welcome Ange, I hope you enjoy your stay







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  Reply # 147144 12-Jul-2008 15:04
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Reply # 147182 12-Jul-2008 17:19
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Hi Ange, welcome to Geekzone.  Hope the new job works out well for you!

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Reply # 147185 12-Jul-2008 17:27
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Welcome to Geekzone Ange! I met some of the Rangers before, some good folks there...




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  Reply # 147199 12-Jul-2008 18:00
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Welcome to Geekzone Ange!

Some of the current and former Phone Rangers are friends of mine. They all love(d) the job!




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