CommsWire - 12 July 2019


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Dear TelSoc Member,

You have probably noticed we have been having problems with getting CommsWire to you in the last two weeks. This was due to being blacklisted for suspected spam, subsequently found to be in error. Hopefully these problems are behind us and this is Friday's edition - finally!

Please note you can view all the recent copies of CommsWire by logging in as a Financial Member (sorry Guest Members!) to our website page.

Best regards, Tim Herring. TelSoc Executive Director

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