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RISC OS-friendly ISP to continue after owner's death

Published: 1st Mar 2009, 21:20:32 | Permalink | Printable

Orpheus Internet, the ISP created following the closure of Argonet by Paul Vigay, who died last month, will continue to operate, according to its website. R-Comp had offered limited although free technical support to Orpheus customers following news of Paul's death.

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I have a domain and web space hosted by Orpheus. I chose them because of Pauls helpfulness on newsgroups etc. I felt that he deserved my business, small that it is. I for one will be glad to see Orpheus continue to trade. I also commend R-Comp for helping out with the techie support.

I still can't believe paul is gone :(

 is a RISC OS UserBecky on 2/3/09 2:52PM
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