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Topic # 25805 2-Sep-2008 12:27
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Just a bit curious, I was looking thorugh the Terms and Conditions on bw.co.nz and I see the following:

1 DEFINITIONS

1.1 In these Terms and Conditions, unless the context otherwise requires, the following

expressions have the following meanings:

"B+W", "we, "our" and "us" shall mean either Black + White Services Limited or M2 New

Zealand Limited

However, according to the Companies Office, "Black + White Services Limited" does not, and has never existed and "M2 New

Zealand Limited" was stuck off sometime in late 2004...

Do these company names perhaps refer to an overseas based company?

Either way I am looking forward to some increased competition in the mobile market, and hope to be included in the Beta program. Best of luck to you B+W!


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  Reply # 161512 2-Sep-2008 12:35

Company BLACK AND WHITE SERVICES LIMITED
Incorporated 22-JUN-2007
Current Status REGISTERED
Entity Type Company

This is Johnathan Eele's company.

M2 NZ LIMITED is M2's companies registration which is part of M2 TELECOMMUNICATIONS PTY LTD in Australia



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  Reply # 161517 2-Sep-2008 12:42
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Ah yes, companies office search could do with a bit of a revamp. Cheers for the info.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 161521 2-Sep-2008 12:54

Sure could - ghastly to try and use as part of your job every day!

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