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Topic # 5469 31-Oct-2005 11:19

After posting for awhile in one topic i thought it would be helpful to put it own its own:

Continuing from my post to say ihug/slingshot is telecom: Not only the end of line communications are powered by Telecom by share holders (small percentage however) are members or associates of the NZ Business Round Table which I found also most formerly worked in Hong Kong or for a company called Quotable Valuable or Q.V, formerly a dirty info firm who used to have details about alot of kiwi's data in general.

Secondly I wouldn't recommend KiwiConnect they are and no diversion in statement 'Are a sub company of Telecom', Ihug/Slingshot has to get permissions from Telecom at all stages of further extending any territory or Telcom's that are 51% in control of. Remember the shares.

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Reply # 22333 31-Oct-2005 11:29
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Sorry, but this is such a troll bait post that I feel inclined to lock it.

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