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# 21170 17-Apr-2008 18:49
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I noticed when having a look at the Hamilton 400 track the other day, there are signs up for www.clearnet.co.nz, when I looked it, I get a "coming soon" type site and it says it will be ideal for gamers, etc. Anyone know anything more?

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  # 124483 17-Apr-2008 19:08
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The current Clear.net website is at www.clear.net.nz, but this one is at www.clearnet.co.nz

It does say that it's about to be "New Zealand's favourite new online destination for digital content", so I'm thinking TelstraClear's focusing on gaming and media.




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  # 124490 17-Apr-2008 19:22
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unless someone at TCL has changed something, it does say "Provided by TelstraClear" at the footer of the page.




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  # 124525 17-Apr-2008 20:46
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The best is yet to come ;)

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  # 128472 4-May-2008 21:11
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I wonder if this will mean Gaming Servers. I hope so.

http://www.gamearena.com.au - www.clearnet.co.nz

Notice the Logo is somewhat similar?

Gamearena is run by Telstra Australia.

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