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Who is OzLink.biz?

What Happens If I Want To Update My Web Site?

What Happens If We Are Unhappy With Our Web Site?

Who is Ozlink.biz?

OzLink Internet Services (Business No BN 1106 2666) is a trading name of
"Hydrogold Pty Ltd" (Australian Company No 099 261 042) which is the trustee for
The Pryor Family Trust (Australian Business No 42 875 907 441 registered on 14 January 2002).

We are a small business which is why we understand small business.

OzLink Internet Servies is founded on the technical expertise of John Pryor who has grown up with computers since 1980. Fascinated by computers, John purchased his own computer (a Texas Instruments 99/4A) for a bargain $ 4,000 back in 1982. Nothing as fancy as a disk drive; a cassette drive did the job. 32 kilobytes of memory (RAM) was not much to play with. That computer used to connect to the Orbital Engine Company's mini-computer at a startling 300 baud (110 was more the norm) using an accoustic coupler connected to a normal telephone headset!

While at Ralph Sarich's Orbital Engine Company, John programmed databases (before the world knew the word); applied computers to Computer Aided Manufacture and Drafting (leading the field in Perth in the early 1980s); searched patent databases in the late 1980s before the Google founders were out of nappies; and other things many would consider mundane.

In 1989 a major milestone was the transfer of files across Australia (between Perth and Cairns) using the latest 2,400 baud Netcomm modem. In 1995, he first connected to the internet at 14,400 kilobits/second using a basic Mosaic browser. Nowadays the (broadband) connection is more like 12 Megabits/second (about 40,000 times faster than his first modem).

What Happens If I Want To Update My Web Site?

There will be a small charge for re-scanning and updating the information on your web site on the simple single-page web site. For the more sophisticated sites, it the fee will vary with the amount of work which will be agreed to beforehand.

What Happens If We Are Unhappy With Our Web Site?

In the unlikely event that you are not happy with your web site, please contact us within 7 days of the site being created. If we cannot correct the problem and keep you satisfied, we will provide a full refund. Our aim is for all customers to be satisfied.