Subscription Telephone Line

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Peter Tomkies
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Joined: Apr 26 1999

I want to subscribe to Computer Video (not the least to beat the price rise!) but I want to get the free (and an extra) HD caddy as in the subs advert the magazine has carried for months. You print a Subscription Hotline number...well you must be the most subscribed mag in the country because the number is either engaged or an answerphone tells me you are closed (for lunch!!! Who in business closes for lunch anymore?). I know I can apply by post but it's pretty frsutrating that the number you print is not usable. Sort it! You have missed out on my subscription money for the past three months already( and I'm sure I'm not the only one).
Any tips on a good time to ring?

Pete T.

Charles
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Joined: Apr 7 1999

About 3pm

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Regards
Charles
avsvideo.co.uk

bcrabtree
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Joined: Mar 7 1999

email me your details and I'll pass them into the system.

Just let me have the info that would be on the subs form, and that way there should be no hiccups (famous last words).

Oh, and I'm passing on your comments to our MD!

Cheers

Bob C
bcrabtree@cix.co.uk

tez
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Joined: Mar 26 1999

Can I do this as well Bob? I have been trying to get round to signing up for a subscription but if I have to post it, buy a stamp, get out to the postbox etc I'm afraid I'll never get round to it.
regards tez

Celeron p333. ibm 7200 10gb HD, 128 Sdram,Marvel g200,SBLive Retail

bcrabtree
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Joined: Mar 7 1999

Yup!

Peter Tomkies
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Joined: Apr 26 1999

Is it ok sending my credit card details to you in an e-mail? I'm a bit paranoid when it comes to internet security - do you have an secure system?

bcrabtree
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Joined: Mar 7 1999

If you are worried, send it split across two emails, separated by a few hours or a day.

Bob C

Peter Tomkies
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Joined: Apr 26 1999

Thursday 20th May - a.m.

Gave it one last try on the 'phone and got through first time!

Can't wait for my first issue in the post...