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  Reply # 72979 31-May-2007 10:41
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Yup no one is really saying much.. or anything we dont know

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  Reply # 72981 31-May-2007 10:51
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Yes, it's all rhetoric so far.




 

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  Reply # 72987 31-May-2007 11:07
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WooT... Go World Exchange guy !!!

hehe hes funny

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  Reply # 72990 31-May-2007 11:30
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Give them Hell Dave !!!!

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  Reply # 72993 31-May-2007 11:40
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AmooMan: WooT... Go World Exchange guy !!!

hehe hes funny



Yep as we like to say here...were just not normal




Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink

             

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  Reply # 72996 31-May-2007 11:51
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Cunliffe's announcements:

- the auctioning of 2.5 GHz spectrum, to be auctioned with the already-announced 2.3 GHz spectrum band, in December. This is so there is certainty for investers - all the spectrum is on the table when LLU comes on line. 2.5 GHz is the spectrum used by Sprint/Nextel for WiMAX. I believe this spectrum is currently used for TV broadcasting (or TV outside broadcasting?)

- new Commissioner is Dr Ross Paterson, a lawyer currently working in Australia. Will start 12 July.




 

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