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Topic # 27121 15-Oct-2008 09:32
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By June 2009 we will launch our new mobile network.

It will provide our customers with the best nationwide coverage, the fastest internet on their mobile, a wide range of world-leading handsets, an easier experience when travelling overseas, better access to websites, music and business applications – as well as reliable access to all the basics like calling and texting.



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[Moderator edit (MF): moved to Telecom forum - there's a Telecom specific forum please use it]




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  Reply # 171242 15-Oct-2008 11:18
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June 2009, thats an age away .........

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  Reply # 171245 15-Oct-2008 11:26
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Oggie: June 2009, thats an age away .........


Sooner than the majority of ADSL cabentisation however Undecided




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  Reply # 171258 15-Oct-2008 12:15
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Bear in mind the statement says "by June 2009" - could be sooner!  I'm guessing that they'd be busting a gut to get it done and ready for commercial launch ASAP.  It's great news though.

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  Reply # 171261 15-Oct-2008 12:32
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Mozart: Bear in mind the statement says "by June 2009" - could be sooner!  I'm guessing that they'd be busting a gut to get it done and ready for commercial launch ASAP.  It's great news though.


June 2009 has been the expected launch date for ~ 4-5 months now, ever since the November date was pushed back. There aren't any surprises.


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