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New Staff At TelstraSaturn

Wednesday, 2 May 2001

Two new appointments have been made to the TelstraSaturn Sales and Marketing team.

MARIA ROBINS, GENERAL MANAGER MARKETING
Maria Robins joins TelstraSaturn today as General Manager Marketing. Maria comes to TelstraSaturn from Unisys New Zealand where she has been the Sales Director for E-Business. Previously she was the Head of Corporate Marketing for Telecom Services and has held Senior Executive positions with Aziuth Consulting, Advantage Group Ltd, BP Oil and BP Gas.

STUART WILSON, GENERAL MANAGER CONVERGENT SERVICES
Stuart Wilson will be responsible for bringing to market a wide range of new products and services that can be offered to business customers within a short timeframe. The Convergent Services Group was set up as a result of the new sales and marketing structure.

“Maria and Stuart bring a varied and extensive background with some significant achievements which will be of great benefit to TelstraSaturn. Maria will be responsible for overseeing and managing the brand marketing and product communications for TelstraSaturn, and Stuart will be responsible for the sales and marketing activities of TelstraSaturn’s convergent services,” said TelstraSaturn’s Director of Sales and Marketing Sean Wynne.
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About TelstraSaturn Limited
As New Zealand’s leading convergent company, TelstraSaturn Ltd offers voice, data, mobile, Internet and cable television services to a mix of business and residential customers in the New Zealand market. The company is currently planning and/or building residential and business networks in Christchurch and Auckland to complement its Wellington network. TelstraSaturn is a company merging the New Zealand operations of Telstra Corporation and Austar United Communications, each of whom have 50 percent share holding. For more information visit www.telstrasaturn.co.nz.


For further information please contact:

Sean Wynne
Director, Sales and Marketing
TelstraSaturn

Ph (64 ) 04 939 5006
Mob: (+64) 029 395 006
Email sean.wynne@telstrasaturn.co.nz

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