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  Reply # 1081766 6-Jul-2014 11:05
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SPOT nostalgia!! Yea, ya gotta like SPOT.

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  Reply # 1081811 6-Jul-2014 12:58
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pjamieson: I've heard Telecom are counting down to Spark on their Intranet with all the old Commercials.

I like the SPOT ones...  http://www.nzonscreen.com/title/spot-telecom-commercials-1991


And Spot wasn't even a Kiwi dog but an Ozzy one..




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  Reply # 1082343 7-Jul-2014 12:18

Took me yonks to recognise the relationship between SPOT codes and Spot the dog. "One of the quality Services and Products of Telecom." Clever.

Love those old ads.




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  Reply # 1087626 12-Jul-2014 10:01
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pjamieson: I've heard Telecom are counting down to Spark on their Intranet with all the old Commercials.

I like the SPOT ones...  http://www.nzonscreen.com/title/spot-telecom-commercials-1991


There is a cool count down which has varying historical company stories each day until the launch.

I've seen the new logo. Looks pretty meh, to be honest it doesn't strike me as having had much thought gone into it. The typeface looks amateurish. 

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