For Waikato Telecom Chief Executive Paul Reynolds, last night was a busy one as he was busy with his company shareholders in assuring them that demerger plan would not spoil the services, and would lead to faster internet speed and the local phone calls would be a free service.
Almost 40 telecom shareholders were there to meet him, where he assured them that not only this but help desk facilities would also be improved and the Telecom-Chorus demerger road show in Hamilton is meant to explain the reason for the demerger. Paul said he was passing through one of his most busiest life days and last night meeting was 44th in last 15 days and still, 60 more are to go in the same period. Meetings were held in Hamilton where road shows were to be held.
One thing that was on the fingertips of Paul and other board members of Telecom was that deal was beneficial for all of them and would be the best for Telecom shareholders. Main concern of shareholders was that the same association in other countries has led to charging of local calls, but Paul assured that this would not happen there as it was the primary condition of the government to make this deal active in the country.