By: MarkJ - 27 February, 2007 (9:08 AM)
A report on ZDNet
into Biscit's recent removal from the ISPA
members list, which we first broke (here
), also reveals that the ISP has had to stop taking on new broadband customers:
A sales representative said that the company's "ordering broadband system" was down, and had been out of action for the last 10 days. He was unable to suggest when it might be possible to sign up.
's former (pre-Biscit acquisition) management have been busy revealing their dissatisfaction with Biscit on our forum. Steve Kaye promised to reveal all after their current legal battle with them is over:
I will finish my little legal battle with the inept new owners and then i will tell publically everyone what sort of people they are!
Since then two other members of V21
's ex-management, Kevin Baigent and Steve Deacon, have come forth to offer their opinions and support for Mr Kaye. Clearly there’s a lot of emotion involved, although we won’t know more until the current court action has ended due to obvious restrictions on what people are able to say.
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