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 n.— «I mentioned 3-HD and winback’s. We are offering a competitive package to customers that left us to go to a competitor and we are winning back customers with competitive pricing and features. And so, we’re particularly pleased with the fact that, we’re able to bring customers back to us that have previously left.» —“Warwick Valley Telephone: The Wall Street Analyst Forum Presentation Transcript” by Duane Albro Seeking Alpha Nov. 28, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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