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PHUKET: Businesses wishing to appear in the 2007 Gazette Guide, Phuket’s ‘yellow pages’, have until noon on Saturday, 28 October, to enter (or update) their listings. Any entries made after the deadline will not appear in the hard-copy book until January 2008.

Business owners are urged to update their listing details now in order to avoid the server outages experienced last year in the run-up to the deadline. This year’s deadline cannot be extended as the Guide printing date cannot be altered.

Heavy traffic has been experienced on the Gazette server over the past two weeks as the result of the need to revise more than 3,000 mobile phone numbers to comply with the new format requiring an ‘8’ after the leading ‘0’.

The Gazette Guide will be available in all guestrooms of the island’s leading hotels from 12 January. It will go on sale at retail shops across the province from 15 January.

As has been the case since the launch of the Guide ten years ago, standard listings are free of charge.

To enter or update a listing, business owners or managers should access the form appropriate to their location – Phuket, Krabi Phang-nga or Samui. The form is located at thethaiger.com/guide.

To ensure that all listings are current and correct in every detail, only listing “owners” are allowed access to their data. Staff at the Phuket Gazette are not allowed to make changes to, or enter, anyone’s listing(s).

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