Relief for ANT users: Paul Vigay steps in to support Argonet's ditched softwareBy Chris Williams. Published: 1st Dec 23:04:24 | Permalink | Printable
Paul Vigay, formly a customer support technician for the RISC OS internet company Argonet, today announced some very good news. As reported on Drobe, Argonet discontinued official Ant Support on 30th November 2000. Paul has therefore decided to take over support in a personal capacity.
"I cannot guarantee future development of the Ant Suite, but can offer help or advice for people still using it. This will be provided in my free time and discounts will be offered to people who have registered my AntUtils application", writes Paul. Basically, there will be three levels of support:
- Free support Available from the Vigay web site.
- Annual Subscriber Scheme (via Email) This enables you to submit problems via email, to receive personalised help with individual problems. Membership: £45.00 per year (or £25.00 for registered AntUtils users)
- Annual Subscriber Scheme (via Phone or Email) This provides the same level of support as the Email only scheme above, but also allows telephone support between 6.30pm and 9.00pm, with fax support at other times. Membership: £55.00 per year (or £35.00 for registered AntUtils users)
Paul Vigay ANT support: www.vigay.com/ant
Drobe Archive: Argonet ANT shutdown
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