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Phorm - new thread concerning the trials in March



 
 
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Old March 5th 08, 01:27 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
John
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Default Phorm - new thread concerning the trials in March

Please be aware that a dedicated thread has been opened on the internal
BT community forums. BT people will be reviewing the comments on this.
It is clear that the volume and tone of comments so far is now being
taken seriously. If you want to contribute, it is at :

http://www.beta.bt.com/bta/forums/th...=2612&tstart=0

John L
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Old March 5th 08, 02:45 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Mike Scott
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Default Phorm - new thread concerning the trials in March

John wrote:
Please be aware that a dedicated thread has been opened on the internal
BT community forums. BT people will be reviewing the comments on this.
It is clear that the volume and tone of comments so far is now being
taken seriously. If you want to contribute, it is at :

http://www.beta.bt.com/bta/forums/th...=2612&tstart=0

John L


Also
http://www.beta.bt.com/bta/forums/th...=2615&tstart=0

where we read, "BT are set to make millions from this and they will not
be allowing a tiny minority of clued-up customers to get in their way.".



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