We are “QUIX – NZ”™
Hence this page is entitled as:
Having purchased several WAP capable cell phones in mid 2001 and knowing that Telecom NZ was soon to operate a WAP (cell phone) Internet Portal called Djuice™ (where our email was: “QUIX@” )
And as any good IP detective knows, to find owner of Djuice.co.nz
The WHOIS trail .. leads one directly to SPARK (Telecom) NZ.
NOTE OUR EMAIL ADDRESS “QUIX@djuice.co.nz” used in 2001/2002/2003
We thus initiated our own designed QUIX™ website at WordPress.
re: “QUIXdotCOdotNZ.wordpress.com” (timestamp dated: Nov 2002).
That was our first website URL,(which we bought as “QUIX.co.nz” and which we “assumed” would be hosted via DJuice™, as our WAP (Data Web Port) Telecom.NZ™ “internet service provided” website.
Because we “believed the hype” .. given to us (in 2001/2002) by our Telecommunications CELL phone (& future internet) provider.!
AND: We believe YOU (also) would have “assumed” this to be true.
When you check out the HYPE, we were told was ours (to access).
Read this 2001 Telecom NZ Report on the ISP / WAP services that were to be offered via their Djuice™ WAP portal to their clients
Specifically: PAGE 14 (For Telecom NZ’s WAP cell phone clients).
NEW CONNECTIONS, NEW OPPORTUNITIES
TELECOM IS CREATING “NEW CONNECTIONS” WITH CUSTOMERS, PARTNERS AND PROVIDERS OF TECHNOLOGIES AND ONLINE CONTENT. IN DOING THIS, WE ARE OPENING “NEW OPPORTUNITIES” FOR GROWTH AND SUCCESS.
VERY SPECIFICALLY: PAGE 15
“WAP INTERNET SERVICES” .. !!!!!
These were the WAP SERVICES via Djuice™ which we were “told of”.!
For use with our “2001 purchased” CDMA Cellular WAP telephones.
Telecom has brought the best in mobile communications technology to New Zealand with the launch of the CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) network.
To access the Internet while on the move, to see what’s on at the movies or to check your bank balance and move money about, you can use your CDMA phone.
The new network was launched in July 2001 after 18 months of development, and a NZ$200 million investment in the world’s
fastest growing mobile technology.
CDMA technology has 90 million users in over 30 countries.
CDMA is the most efficient wireless technology available today.
Voice quality is superior to other mobile networks and close to that of a fixed line phone, while coverage is even better than Telecom’s TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) network.
In addition, CDMA handsets transmit at low power levels, which maximises battery life and talk time.
Telecom CDMA customers can use their phones in Australia – New Zealanders’ most common travel destination – and in the United States.
Similar roaming will soon be available in Canada and Hong Kong.
CDMA customers with WAP capable phones can access djuice™, a mobile portal that enables them to easily customise their mobile
During 2002, Telecom is planning to increase data speed over the CDMA network up to a peak of 144kbps – an average speed similar to a standard dial-up connection on fixed line networks.
With increased speed, CDMA services like email, online banking and ticket booking will become even quicker.
Telecom is taking a staged approach to the launch of
The network and handsets were piloted with 2000 customers, dealers and staff before the new service was launched commercially through some dealers principally to the business market.
A SERVICE, WE WERE THE FIRST TELECOM NETWORK CUSTOMER TO UPTAKE.!
Why.? Because we were already a “switched on” WAP at that time.!
Telecom’s Djuice™ ISP customer service was in it’s infancy.?
(or it’s Djuice™ ISP technicians, were ONLY their own infancy)
No-one at Telecom NZ could figure out how to correctly configure our 2002 website URL, to land on (& thus show as “QUIX.co.nz”) the WordPress page where we had created the actual QUIX™ website.
Thus – for all the ensuing years (since then) our “QUIX.co.nz” website has fallen into “dead-web-space”, via TELECOM.NZ 404’s.
Now (after 13/14 years) one would assume that Telecom, nowadays, could figure out what went wrong (all those years ago in 2002).
Um – NO – sorry, they still can’t “provision” it for us.!!!!!
So – our QUIXNZ™ “QUIX.co.nz” 2002 website CAN NOT BE FOUND:
If one simply dials that into your address bar.?
But it is still searchable via the long-name URL we created:
However – we finally gave up in disgust at Telecom’s feeble excuses, and created a far QUICKER.FIX™ (yes another QUIX™ term)
When we bought a new URL (elsewhere) and self provisioned it as:
With respect to our later QUIX™ Blogspot URL’s, created in 2007.
Check this out now on: “QUIX-3D TRIPELLO OnLine”
Or read our “main profile page” thereon.!!!
Proving beyond “any” shadow of doubt (if one ever existed).?
That we are (and always were):
QUIX™ and QUIXNZ™ = “QUIX.co.nz” (QUIXdotCOdotNZ.wordpress.com)
Online since Telecom NZ’s ISP services OWN infancy, in 2001/2002.
Anyone “else” who later “claims” to be QUIX™ or QUIXNZ™
Based ? ANYWHERE ELSE in New Zealand
Can be proven to be doing so – in breach of:
New Zealand’s “Trade Mark Act 2002”.
And also in breach of:
New Zealand’s “Fair Trading Act 1986”.
QUIX™ of 1965/ 1985/ 1999/ 2002 – 2015
Belongs ONLY – “to the following two entities” – in New Zealand.
Whom both continuously t/a, as well as contiguously t/a, QUIX™:
We are “together and separately” known as:
Keith Clare (trading personally since 1965 – 2015+)
Waitaki Sound Technologies Limited, New Zealand
(formally: Hinge Services Central, New Zealand)
Trading in Business (from 1999 – 2015+)
Anyone else “claiming any rights” to our unregistered Trading.As
MARK, is doing so in BREACH of both [quoted] NZ Trade Enactments.