Dear Stephan, Congratulations! Your StarHub Hub ID *myid* has been activated with FREE StarHub Wireless Broadband service. You can now use your Hub ID and password to access StarHub Wireless Broadband service at any of our 300 hotspots islandwide and other partner hotspots (locally and overseas). For wireless access at any partners hotspot, you will be charged on a pay-as-you-use basis and any applicable usage charges will be billed to your StarHub Digital Cable or MaxOnline account with effect from today. For more information on StarHub Wireless Broadband, click here. Yours sincerely, Hub ID Management StarHub
Pretty neat, good customer service. Unless of course you try to follow any of that links. The are ALL broken. I do understand that from time to time you want to reorganize your web site and links change, but I side with Jakob Nielsen: Links need to live forever (12 years ago!!!!). It is plain lazyness to use the 404 redirect to the main page after a website redesign, especially once you sent out relevant links like billing information pages that people use for referenence. How hard would it be to maintain a list of old urls (before the re-design) and map them to new urls (after the re-design) and then in your 404 page either auto-redirect or have the page up long enough so people can take note or update their bookmarks?
And it is sloppy governance to upgrade your website without upgrading the links your automated systems use.
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Customer service anyone? And no \n is neither in MIME not HTML a new line.