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# 40478 29-Aug-2009 08:57
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Could you please add a forum for Kiwilink under "New Zealand Telecommunications"?


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  # 251531 29-Aug-2009 12:23
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Do they have enough market share to justify having their own forum section, had never heard of them before.


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  # 251646 30-Aug-2009 00:56
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I would say not (no offence intended Kiwilink).

I have heard of you through the webdesign/hosting community and have no issues with the service you provide, however I think your users would be best suited to using your existing support channels, rather than the forums here.


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  # 251667 30-Aug-2009 09:01
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Guys, I am not affiliated with Kiwilink other than being a customer....

I only thought it would be useful to have a 3rd party, independent forum for users and those interested to discuss their service (the reason I assumed for all of the sub forums under "New Zealand Telecommunications"...)

I thought geekzone was the place for that in NZ...

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  # 251674 30-Aug-2009 09:27
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We only create a forum when we see there will enough interest to justify it. A long list of forums is not good overall - we have in the past removed lots of forums and we currently have two for review.

I recommend any ISP discussion not related to the forums currently active to be posted in the "Broadband" forum.

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  # 251682 30-Aug-2009 09:53
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Yep - best to start your discussions, and if time passed vs. threads created shows a need, then a Kiwilink forum will magically appear courtesy of the team at GZHQ.

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