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Please don't call us, begs German VoIP phone outfit

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You've got to feel a bit sorry for German VoIP phone outfit snom, which has asked customers not to call it following an evidently troublesome office relocation.

The firm's contact page explains: "We moved to our new offices on March 6, 2008, and unfortunately our phone lines have still not been connected (as of March 12, 2008). We ask for your understanding."

The landing page concludes: "Please note that you will not be able to reach us by phone."

Sadly, it appears the might of the cutting-edge technology that is VoIP has been rendered impotent by a good, old-fashioned telecoms cock-up. Bless. ®

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