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Reader Comments on Aardvark Daily 27 May 2002

Note: the comments below are the unabridged submissions of readers and do
not necessarily reflect the opinions of the publisher.


From: Tim Wood
For : The Editor (for publication)
Subj: High Speed Ultra

Just wanted to make a small correction to your
article regarding the costs for schools to use Ultra.
Schools have a free learning line that has no 4 cent per
minute charges attached, so the cost you stated is way out
of sync with whats actually happening. IHUG has over 60
schools in Rural NZ happily charging away on Ultra in it's
current format.

Tim Wood
Director IHUG

From: Paul Craig
For : The Editor (for publication)
Subj: unregistered software

It is TVNZ's policy not to run unlicenced software or software that
infringes on a copyright or license agreement. Our search engine alkaline
(www.vestris.com) was purchased on 07/04/2000 before it was placed in
production use. However due to what looks like a fault in the software it
is no longer acknowledging the existence of the license.

Vestris have been contacted about this bug. We would be grateful if you
could amend your comments to reflect the facts detailed above.

Paul Craig
Webmaster nzoom.com

From: Baz
For : The Editor (for publication)
Subj: Broadband pessimism

Just looking at your slant on pricing in the article.
Shouldn't this interest be a good thing, niche marketers
coming into an area where Telecom is too sluggish and
conservative to develop a reliable national broadband
service. If  enough new players come in soaking up this gap
could we not expect to see true competition in broadband
pricing rather than a model of "what the market can bear".
Or am I insufficiently cynical as yet.

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