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Topic # 204589 8-Oct-2016 14:43
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http://www.yesshop.co.nz/index.html

 

Should we now call it "The NO Shop"?

 

 


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  Reply # 1647701 8-Oct-2016 15:04
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It's a tragedy!

 

Nevermind, there are still two(?) other dedicated shopping channels, plus a tonne of infomercials on the other stations to buy junk from.


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  Reply # 1647704 8-Oct-2016 15:48
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One piece of spectrum pollution down, lots to go.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1647717 8-Oct-2016 16:16
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I particularly like that it took a week for anyone to notice.


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  Reply # 1647951 9-Oct-2016 12:53
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I'm not surprised.

 

I was always baffled that there was enough of a market to support the overhead costs of one 24/7 shopping channel - let alone three.

 

If people are inclined to shop on line then there are many better options that spring to mind - Amazon, ebay, Aliexpress etc spring to mind.

 

 


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  Reply # 1648551 10-Oct-2016 14:26
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It was shut down on the 31st September





 

 

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  Reply # 1648624 10-Oct-2016 16:33
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JimmyH:

 

I'm not surprised.

 

I was always baffled that there was enough of a market to support the overhead costs of one 24/7 shopping channel - let alone three.

 

If people are inclined to shop on line then there are many better options that spring to mind - Amazon, ebay, Aliexpress etc spring to mind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Probably big margins on the things sold. I don't think the people shopping on them, are really the same market that buy things on ebay and amazon.




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  Reply # 1756683 5-Apr-2017 03:24
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Channel 18 shopping channel has also stopped transmission. Boohoo! Only channel 20 left to shop with.


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  Reply # 1756686 5-Apr-2017 04:06
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RustyViewer:

 

Channel 18 shopping channel has also stopped transmission. Boohoo! Only channel 20 left to shop with.

 

 

No loss there...


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