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Topic # 49955 20-Nov-2009 23:11
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I just login to http://www.nbr.co.nz/ and I seen this here's the link http://www.nbr.co.nz/opinion/chris-keall/2degrees-boss-hints-future-plans anyone got thne info?




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  Reply # 274889 21-Nov-2009 07:54
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Hah, behind the paywall.

It's almost like the editorial doesn't exist...






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  Reply # 274924 21-Nov-2009 10:37
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Does anyone have access. and copy it here so we know




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  Reply # 274928 21-Nov-2009 10:56
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DO NOT COPY CONTENT HERE. You might give the general idea, but there is no allowance for copyrighted content to be posted here without the owner's authorisation.




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  Reply # 274940 21-Nov-2009 11:49
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*Looks into crystal ball* let me guess, contract plans coming next year, 3G data with prepay rates cheaper than competitors next year, further expansion and continuation of putting up cell sites. Happy with rate of growth but won't disclose what the rate of customer growth is.

If 2 degrees wanted any information to be released, they wouldn't place it in a subscriber based system, they'd just be interviewed by another 'normal' media company. They must be getting requests for interviews regularly.

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  Reply # 275416 23-Nov-2009 11:46
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The article was written by the National Business Review's journo Chris Keall. He had a quick bite to eat with Eric Hertz last Thursday. The article is Chris' review of what they discussed over lunch.
You'd need to have a chat with NBR to see about them removing the article from the subscriber only content permission to enable general readers to see it.

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  Reply # 277334 28-Nov-2009 22:43
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How about you tell your boss to not waste time interviewing with press that is hiding the content like that?




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  Reply # 277382 29-Nov-2009 07:02
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richms: How about you tell your boss to not waste time interviewing with press that is hiding the content like that?



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  Reply # 282715 15-Dec-2009 14:34
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hey a little less negativity to the 2degree's boss

I for one am much more glad he did ANY interview than none at all, every little bit that gets their word out is a good thing




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  Reply # 283086 16-Dec-2009 12:37
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While I don't really like the paywall, apparently NBR's doing relatively well out of it. However, I particularly enjoyed the irony of this one.

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Reply # 283094 16-Dec-2009 13:24
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Behodar: While I don't really like the paywall, apparently NBR's doing relatively well out of it. However, I particularly enjoyed the irony of this one.


ba hahahaha

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  Reply # 283115 16-Dec-2009 15:20
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lol





 


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