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Subject: Re: UKNM: BT Unmetered access !!
From: Geoff Inns
Date: Wed, 8 Dec 1999 16:47:25 GMT

I bet they knew some time ago. Wouldn't you insists on being privy to this
info early if you were in their position? It would also make some light of
their recent approach to smaller ISPs such as WHSmiths. There are no
surprises, just good planning!

Geoff Inns
Business Development Manager
Guardian Unlimited

-----Original Message-----
From: Marcus Austin <marcus [dot] austinatfuturenet [dot] co [dot] uk>
To: uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com <uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com>
Date: 08 December 1999 10:47
Subject: RE: UKNM: BT Unmetered access !!


I wonder what effect this will have on Freeserve shares ;-). They must have
planned for this but I'm sure they never planned for it this early.
marcus

At 09:58 08/12/99 , you wrote:
>'Tis always a good idea to offer innovative pricing. This new service will
>use an 0844 number, the question, how will the free ISP's make money???
Will
>they now look to offer two models, the free via 0845, 0645 etc and also
>offer a service that charges an extra fiver a month plus the new unmetered
>access????
>
>Also, BT says it will allow Internet providers who don't have billing
>systems to piggy back off them which should either mean yet more entrants
or
>consolidation of all thoase playing today...
>
>Also, from reports, it doesn't look like this will be offered until Spring
>2000.
>
>Leslie
>
> > ----------
> > From: Mohammed Raja[SMTP:mohammedatupmystreet [dot] com]
> > Sent: 07 December 1999 13:28
> > To: uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com
> > Subject: UKNM: BT Unmetered access !!
> >
> > The latest (7th Dec'99) on BT unmetered access.
> > http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/business/newsid_554000/554072.stm
> >
> > BT have announced that they will be offering unmetered access from
> > (monthly)
> > 6.99 (off peak weekdays) 14.99 (off peak & weekends) & 34.99 (all
day).
> >
> > The above is only available to BT customers and customers of ISP's
signed
> > upto the BT revenue share scheme. Those using Screaming.net etc. cannot
> > benefit unless Screaming take up the BT revenue share deal or the user
> > reverts back to BT as their main telecom provider ! New pricing is
> > subject
> > to regulatory clearance and if successful the new service could be up
and
> > running from Jan'00 SO THEY SAY....
> >
> > What say all of you ?
> >
> > ==========================================
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> > ===========================================

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