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  Reply # 490581 7-Jul-2011 13:47
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cpwash: Who organises the voting would you know, is it done through TUANZ? Is there a link someone could provide to a voting page etc? (No I won't be voting TelstraClear if your wondering!)


Because you asked - the TelstraClear voting link is here.



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  Reply # 490625 7-Jul-2011 15:17
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cpwash: Who organises the voting would you know, is it done through TUANZ? Is there a link someone could provide to a voting page etc? (No I won't be voting TelstraClear if your wondering!)


Because you asked - the TelstraClear voting link is here.


Thanks, interesting.

Hmm good point earlier from Nety about the voting being flawed

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 490782 7-Jul-2011 20:32
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Did you get it sorted yet cpwash?



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  Reply # 490806 7-Jul-2011 21:27
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quickymart: Did you get it sorted yet cpwash?


Thanks for asking, well I received the courier ticket today to return the cable modem, and I was assured when TC contacted me earlier this week that it was all sorted.

Guess I will just have to wait another few weeks to see if I receive another overdue bill, having been told the issue was sorted previously in a similar conversation, I'll reserve my judgement for the moment! Will let you all know if that bill does arrive...

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