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Seagry Exchange Campaign



 
 
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Old July 24th 03, 09:16 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Malcolm Reeves
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Default Seagry Exchange Campaign

Hi,

Just to let anyone in the villages of Sutton Benger, Christian
Malford, Startly, Great Somerford, or on a 01249 720xxx, 01249 721xxx
phone number; In other words on the Seagry exchange (in Wiltshire);
That there is a ADSL campaign for them.

There is a web site at www.SuttonBengerBroadband.org.uk with useful
info. The name is historical, it now covers all Seagry exchange.

As of today we have 135 and need 150. So if you are on this exchange,
please register. Registering does NOT commit you to anything (follow
the register links on www.SuttonBengerBroadband.org.uk and read for
yourself) but will trigger ADSL for Seagry exchange.

If you have already registered, but it was a long time ago, then do it
again just to make sure, it does not register you twice. AND get you
neighbour to register (remember No Commitment!).

ALL WE NEED IS ANOTHER 15 !

Thanks

....malcolm

(and apologies for wasting the time of those not on Seagry exchange)


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