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November 16, 2006

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James

Or are they?

http://blogtwopointzero.blogspot.com/2006/11/hutchison-says-no-to-3-sale.html

Perhaps NO 2.0 is the new YES?

Jo Rabin

Christian Salbaing of Three was on the "Today" programme on BBC Radio 4 this morning stoutly denying the rumours and saying how odd it was that Voda was interested in its assets since they are not for sale.

We'll see ... they also announced a new flat-rate 'broadband' service, which on the face of it sounds promising.

Ben

So... now that the x-series announcements are out, and the screeching sound of 3 neatly executing a set of u-turns have died away, what do you think? :)
http://xseries.three.com/
b

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