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Topic # 7531 21-Apr-2006 23:45

Can someone clarify? Its a pity if that is the case....


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  Reply # 33612 22-Apr-2006 00:07

Yeah - but post was dead and could not add...

I had rung the 0800 number and got a weird response saying it was a;; "frozen" as far as service goes but the company is still trading...

Is it for sale? If so how much?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 33615 22-Apr-2006 00:14
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"Trading"? I just visited their site to check how things are going, and the registration page now returns a 404. Certainly "trading" means supplying goods and services, but without clients?





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Reply # 33636 22-Apr-2006 09:45
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A few weeks ago, I contacted Reach to chase a very small debt that they owe to the company that I work for. I contacted them through their 0800 number and was later referred to their accountant. The debt got paid in the end, and neither of the people who I spoke to said anything about the business being wound up, but I got the impression that they're no longer expecting contact from existing or prospective customers.

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  Reply # 33641 22-Apr-2006 10:48
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I spoke to Craig Foss, the director and owner of Reach, and Marvin Yee of Cybercom, the company that has take over the managemet of the ISP. Computerworld story here.




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  Reply # 35696 14-May-2006 21:50
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REACH used to operate at AUT University, it was never very good, really slow and extremely expensive. They shud down last year and no longer operate there.

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