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Topic # 9679 4-Oct-2006 14:07
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The Geekzone Registration email says:

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So I'll do the decent thing and do what they say.

I'm a software developer in Lower Hutt. I like to give the underdog in the market a go in the spirit of healthy competition ... I signed up to TelstraClear (now unfortunately also a big guy) when they first appeared on the scene as Saturn TV and have done the same with Woosh. Always willing to give something new a go especially when they are competition for the big guys.

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  Reply # 47518 4-Oct-2006 14:25
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