Talk:Reach Global Services

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After having been approached by Joy, I'm leaving a message to explain why I deleted this article yesterday. The reason is simple; according to CSD:A7 all articles have to assert the notability of the subject; and at the time of deletion] the whole contents of the article was:

REACH Global Services Ltd. is an Hong Kong company that operates undersea cable/Internet backbone in Asia-Pacific.
REACH was a joint venture between Telstra and Pacific Century Cyberworks (PCCW). It went bankrupt at one point but it is financially stable in 2005 onward.

which to me didn't appear to comply with the notability requirement. If for nothing else, someone have later added that they operate a 10,000 kilometer long cable network, which to me would fulfill this requirement. Bjelleklang - talk Bug Me 22:54, 4 June 2007 (UTC)