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Topic # 56571 17-Jan-2010 20:21
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Hello members
After using 2talk for some time and visiting forums to find out how to contact them the best way and reading a number of somewhat negative comments I wonder if they(2talk) are willing to sell on their business to smomeone who would be keen on upping the service and increase the numbers of subscribers?
Just to make a success story.
Just wonder and no intention of spreading any rumors or being to negative!Sealed

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  Reply # 290748 17-Jan-2010 21:39
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2talk are already owned by Callplus who are probably around the 5th or so largest telco in NZ.

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  Reply # 290757 17-Jan-2010 22:58
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No, however, they offer wholesale agreements so you could setup your own service and on-sell their products.  This would probably be your best bet.


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  Reply # 290758 17-Jan-2010 23:18
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thanks for the suggestion, though I like to remain a user and hope someone more capable than me has the courage.
Hmm..... this then not the best advertising for the 5th largest co? Nevermind.
Enjoy the evening!

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