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old3eyes

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#20070 12-Mar-2008 13:13
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"Telecom chief executive Paul Reynolds has conceded the company's market position in Australia isn't sustainable in the long term and said competitive pressures were placing "extreme margin pressure" on its corporate IT division, Gen-i."

Guess they'll need to divert several more billion to Ozz to help the Ozzys get good broadband and cell service.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/4435119a23399.html





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dman
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  #117582 19-Mar-2008 18:09
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soo.........   we see another reason to move to oz? :(




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