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Topic # 15203 9-Aug-2007 14:03
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TelstraClear Media Release
09 August 2007

Please be careful - we're already in there!

TelstraClear applauds the enthusiasm of ihug and Orcon as they prepare to access Telecom’s exchanges for the first time, but is raising one point of concern.

Because TelstraClear already has equipment in at least 17 Telecom local telephone exchanges, it has a message for the new enthusiasts - please be careful.

TelstraClear Head of Corporate Services Mathew Bolland says in the rush to do what TelstraClear has already done, there’s a chance they may bump into the precision hardware the company already has up and running.

"We can remember how exciting it was when we first interconnected with Telecom over a decade ago and when we installed Unbundled Partial Circuits last year it was a moment to treasure," says Mr Bolland.

"Clearly this morning’s ihug media release saying they were first into a Telecom exchange saw the facts get in the way. Let’s hope our equipment doesn’t".


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  Reply # 81745 9-Aug-2007 15:08
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ha ha, never let the facts get in the way of the good story!!

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