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Topic # 7288 4-Apr-2006 09:36
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I've received an e-mail from Telecom New Zealand, asking for people interested in participating on a usability test of some new parts of the Telecom website.

The test would consist of spending no more than 1 hour going through areas on the mobile internet site that are pre-chosen by 'observers' and then filling in a questionnaire at the end.

This will be held in Welllington on Wednesday 5 April 2006 and has sessions running on the hour from 10am until 4pm. A "thank you" for your help will be a NZ$30 credit on a Telecom mobile or landline of choice.
 
If anyone here are interested in participating, then please send me a private message to receive the telephone number for contact and confirmation.





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Reply # 32218 4-Apr-2006 18:32
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Would have liked to take part, however not being in Wellington is a bit of a problem.




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Reply # 32222 4-Apr-2006 19:16
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Same here.....




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Reply # 32224 4-Apr-2006 19:30
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he he, as per my post, good on them for doing something about it, most companies don't.... Not in WLG otherwise i'd be in with a grin.

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Reply # 32255 5-Apr-2006 01:53
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I'm in, 4pm tomorr........today ;o!.

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