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Ouranos Networks - the outfit that says it's taken over the activities of broadband satellite network operator Aramiska - reports that the service is up and running again.

According to an email circulated this afternoon, all punters need to do is reboot their connection to get started again.

Said the email: "OURANOS NETWORKS are happy to announce that they have taken over the activities of former Aramiska. The new financing capitals are issued of the world of industry.(sic)

"The network is just being brought back in operations and in order to restart your service no modification and no additional costs will be required. You only need to reboot your CPE units at your premises.

"We will contact you in the next days to handle all other practical aspects.

"We would like to thank you for the trust you're giving us. We are at your disposal for any question you might have on the following email address: its-on@ouranos-networks.net - www.aramiska.net"

One source has already told us that the satellite connection is up and running again. ®

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