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  Reply # 16425 11-Jul-2005 16:47

Sure I agree there are Some companies that the talkzone zero plan fits- otherwise why would they other with it- just saying that in my experience the amount of companies that plan suits are few



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  Reply # 16430 11-Jul-2005 19:17
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In my experience, it suits VERY FEW people. (Less than 1% or thereabouts from what I have seen)




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  Reply # 16447 12-Jul-2005 08:19

The real killer is when Vodaphone offer a VPN solution. IE they directly connect a companies PABX to their mobile network. Thus they can by pass Telecom and offer the company zero (or very low) PSTN to mobile rates. That is fine and Telecom can obviously combat this, but the problem lies with the anti competetion laws where Telecom are unable to proactively offer such a solution as voda cries foul- that Telecom are using their monopoly on landlines to under cut them. I guess in the end the customers are winning the competetion battle

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