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Wednesday, 15 November 2006

 

Here you will find information specific to each sponsor. 

AASP has partnered with many vendors to offer AASP Members an array of products and services.  Some of the vendors may be Internet Service Providers or were formerly involved as ISPs.  Your AASP board attempts to find the best, most relevant and enabling sponsors available.

 

Please click the links to the left to find information about the vendor that you are interested in. Members will find more specific information in the members only section.

 

For information on becoming a participating vendor and to offer discounted products and services to the AASP Members click on the advertise link to the left.

 

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