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Re: China Unicom – Does anyone still work for them ?

Is it nuts to ask if you've had fluent Mandarin or Cantonese speaking staff
members contact them?

On Thu, Aug 18, 2016 at 6:52 PM, James Braunegg <james.braunegg at micron21.com
> wrote:

> Dear All
> Just wondering if anyone is responsible and proactive and wants new IP
> Transit sales for China Unicom ? or is it time to say good bye to using
> China Unicom and hello to China Telecom ?
> Whilst we are a client of China Unicom purchasing IP transit, the support
> / service provision lead times to date has been a horrible experience.?  My
> current contacts within the USA rarely reply to emails and services take 12
> months+ to be provisioned?. staff who have been helpful in the past just
> disappear into thin air? It feels like they just don?t want my money?. So
> any Advice would be great.
> Looking forward to hearing from anyone who can help
> Kindest Regards
> James Braunegg
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