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Topic # 146930 3-Jun-2014 09:43
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I would just like to thank FireEngine, FlameBeard and Sounddude for their 'beyond the call of duty' efforts on behalf of we customers. I hope your bosses appreciate and reward you appropriately (you have permission to use this in your next pay discussions!!).

While geekzoners are a small proportion of the populace we do have a disproportionate influence on advising clients, friends and neighbours on which ISP to choose, especially with fibre connections that are on the increase. (yes, I am in a UFB area!). Seeing this support does help the cause.

So, thanks to you guys but also thanks to all the other ISP helpers on GZ who also go well beyond their duties.

And, while I am at it, I have to thank all you experts who are always there to help us with no thought to being compensated. I have learned a huge amount from you all.

Getting to sound a bit soppy but, hey, sometimes it is good to stop and recognise the GZ helpers in a positive way.



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  Reply # 1058383 3-Jun-2014 09:58
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Thanks for the kind words Lindsay, I'll pass your comments along to the appropriate managers.

Regards FireEngine

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  Reply # 1058417 3-Jun-2014 11:13
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I have to second this. It's fantastic getting 'exclusive' access to responsive and knowledgable support reps, and you guys do an awesome job. Cheers!


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  Reply # 1058998 4-Jun-2014 05:33
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I agree laughing

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  Reply # 1060182 6-Jun-2014 04:17
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I was a geek before the word was invented!

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  Reply # 1060367 6-Jun-2014 12:52
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I also agree.

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  Reply # 1060510 6-Jun-2014 18:34
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I agree wholeheartedly!  Well done and thanks for all your help in the past.

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  Reply # 1060868 7-Jun-2014 14:44

I concur! Thanks for all the help up here.

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