[LINK] Estens report posted
Sun Nov 10 02:51:42 EST 2002
At 15:42 8/11/02 +1000, Ann Moffatt wrote:
>richard picked out
>"what's adequate in the bush may not be
>adequate in the city" ...
>in my studies of telecoms needs in rural, regional & remote oz, often the
>needs for good t/comms services in the bush were MORE than needs in the
Ann, I'm glad you said that, because I was thinking JUST the same
thing. IN the city at least we can rush up the street. When I use to live
"in the bush" the street was 100 km's long and took 30 minutes to
drive! Even getting someone to meet you half way saved 30 minutes!
Just on that note from Richard about the CSG and it's "inadequacies." As
Richard points out, only Telstra would see it this way. Optus EXTENDED the
CSG to cover a range of other services and products, however, Optus then
reneged when someone (cough) went to make a claim. That matter is STILL
pending legal action, should Optus ever really be brave enough to contest
their own brochures and alleged contracts. I sit in wait. Actually I don't.
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