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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by radiogaga » 29 May 2015, 18:20

I'd be interested... Possibly in two
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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by radiogaga » 29 May 2015, 22:52

What sort of timescales you thinking TRON? I'm away on holiday in two weeks, would be good for a talkback home system
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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by radiosification » 29 May 2015, 22:54

I'm also interested. Depending on the price, I'd like either 1 or 2.
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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by TRON » 30 May 2015, 22:40

I have no idea how long it will take to get these. You guys know what ordering from China is like. It's all a bit of a lottery. Might take 2 months, might take a week. Who knows?

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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by radiogaga » 31 May 2015, 06:01

Sorry badly worded by me, when you thinking about ordering was what I meant.
Let us know when there is a price, I'll let you know if it's 1 or 2 from me. Thanks
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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by TRON » 31 May 2015, 09:45

The more we order the cheaper it gets. It is hard to know "when to order" as there might be someone who wants 150 units logging in tomorrow. Then again, we could wait for a year, and not get another responce.

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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by Admiral » 01 Jun 2015, 10:40

Just for the record Poirot, these are their actual details.

BROADNET COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS LIMITED
68 GREENTREES CRESCENT
SOMPTING
LANCING
WEST SUSSEX
ENGLAND
BN15 9SR

And yes, it's a private house not an office or factory.
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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by TRON » 01 Jun 2015, 11:45

Admiral wrote:Just for the record Poirot...


Poirot?

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Post by MrWeetabix » 01 Jun 2015, 12:06

TRON wrote:
Admiral wrote:Just for the record Poirot...


Poirot?
Vintage TV reference....... missed. ha :lol: :lol:
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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by TRON » 01 Jun 2015, 13:30

MrWeetabix wrote:
TRON wrote:
Admiral wrote:Just for the record Poirot...


Poirot?
Vintage TV reference....... missed. ha :lol: :lol:
I didn't miss anything regarding the character. I am quite fond of the art deco backdrop and adherence to social, gentlemanly conduct that is presented in the series.
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When I said "Poirot?", I was wondering what he meant by that.

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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by kr0ne » 01 Jun 2015, 14:09

I ate at a lovely Japanese restaurant in London the other week.

Funny thing was, all of the waiters looked exactly like Poirot.

I think it may have been a Suchet bar...

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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by TRON » 01 Jun 2015, 14:17

kr0ne wrote:I ate at a lovely Japanese restaurant in London the other week.

Funny thing was, all of the waiters looked exactly like Poirot.

I think it may have been a Suchet bar...
I see what you did there...

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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by Admiral » 01 Jun 2015, 19:12

I don't get why you're going after this guy in this manner, and just pointing out that you missed the bullseye anyway.

I also don't see why you're all getting excited about a crappy chinky 'phone. Hello, it's a 'phone.

Just stick the app on your current 'phone, total cost = £zero, maybe 69p without ads, boom.
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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by radiosification » 01 Jun 2015, 19:18

Admiral wrote:I don't get why you're going after this guy in this manner, and just pointing out that you missed the bullseye anyway.

I also don't see why you're all getting excited about a crappy chinky 'phone.

Just stick the app on your current 'phone, total cost = £zero, maybe 69p without ads, boom.
Have you tried using the app on your current phone? Does it have a powerful speaker so you can hear it in loud environments? Or how about a dedicated PTT button? Or a larger than normal antenna, so it still works in areas with less than ideal coverage? Or a slow processor which gives it much longer battery life?
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Re: Broadnet Systems BN01

Post by Broadnet » 01 Jun 2015, 19:26

Just want to clear up few things up,
Yes you are quite correct I am a sole trader it's just me and my family with a fewfew others who have set up the business after we had some inheritance.

I spend a very long time dealing with and building a great relationship with the Factory in China,
It took a lot to convince them to reduce MOQ from 3k to 1k we used some of the money we had and started the order on the understanding that BroadNet would be the only UK distributor.

We pay our tax and duty and shiping costs which I can tell you doesn't leave much,


The phone is what it is, no where do I make any claim it something it's not

As for the personal attacks I find that a little unfair this is the first company I have ever run. I have no idea where you get this 17 companies from.


We are just a family business trying to make our living.

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