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iiNet Commercial Impacts

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Created by Mari O (Qantas) on 2011-05-23 23:43:58 Back to Topics

iiNet Commercial Impacts

Hi
 
Could you please provide clarification from a commercial perspective who will cover the costs associated between Airline and the 3rd party Provider iiNet?
 
Also, please provide more information on who to contact in the iiNet world on the account.
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-27 13:57:44

Dear Mari,

 

Please refer to the Costs & Charges discussion board, where this question has been previously addressed, under the post Cost of Using iiNet. For reference I have also quoted the answer below.

 

For the basic file transfer functionalities to/from SIS, no transaction fees will be applied.

 

The access to iiNet using a manual account will also be free of charge.

 

Airlines wishing to set up a new automated file transfer account would be charged the current iiNet on time fees. Any optional iiNet functionalities beyond the basic file transfer, will be subject to iiNet current fees.

 

Please also refer to the May issue of the SIS bulletin (downloadable from the SIS website), where contact information for iiNet is detailed.

 

Best regards


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Posted: Monday, May 23, 2011 11:43 PM
Subject: iiNet Commercial Impacts

Hi
 
Could you please provide clarification from a commercial perspective who will cover the costs associated between Airline and the 3rd party Provider iiNet?
 
Also, please provide more information on who to contact in the iiNet world on the account.
 
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