[MLB-WIRELESS] The bulk buy (tm)

Stephen stephen at winsoft.net.au
Tue Nov 6 15:25:09 EST 2001

Hi Steve,
Don't want to be greedy here but I am going to attempt to set up a wireless network in our town and would like
4 x Orinoco cards to start something.. (And if possible, and there seems to be a call for them, 4 x PCMCIA -
ISA cards).

Postage was $50 per card or $50 for the shipment?


Steven Haigh wrote:

> well, here are the options... to secure a number of these cards, we need to
> act fast... 13 have sold today - leaving about 20 left...
> options:
> 1) get the money to me, and I wire it all in one bulk payment to drew, the
> cards get sent to me, and I distribute them
> 2) send the money directly to drew and get him to ship it back to you.
> (probably harder)
> now, we have the cost factor...
> $59.95 USD for the card - that converts to $120AU...
> now add $50USD for postage & packing etc... $97.83
> brings the total cost to $217.83 in Australian dollars per card.
> now we don't have a great deal of time if we do with to secure these cards
> at this price... so what do people want to do?
> Signed,
> Steven Haigh
> Out the 100Base-T, off the firewall, through the router, down the T1,
> over the leased line, off the bridge, nothing but Net.
> The net will not be what we demand, but what we make it. Build it well.
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