Malton Telephone/Archive

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Archived Memoranda

TO: MalTel Techs / Management RE: Radio

The offical Malton Telephone Radio Frequency is 27.10. Whenever possible, place a transmitter in the building with a powered tower and tune it to that frequency. This will allow better communication throughout the city. You can find Radios and Transmitters in Mall Tech Stores.

Thank You --ERNesbittMalTel 00:00, 5 June 2006 (BST)

TO: MalTel Techs RE: Service Notes

When servicing a cell mast, please use your company issue spray can to leave a note inside to inform anyone passing through that it is a cell building and has been serviced by a MalTel employee. This initiative is to promote MalTel's presence in Malton and let people know that it is a cell building which they are in. Some techs are already doing this and it is appreciated, keep it up.

Thanks--Broken 21:17, 13 Jan 2006 (GMT)

TO: MalTel Techs / Management RE: Contact Info

We're going to be putting into effect a company mailing list with some new practices and policies, please send your full name, position as well as email contact info to Malton.Telephone[at]

Thanks--Broken 17:39, 15 Jan 2006 (GMT)

TO: MalTel Techs RE: Project Tesla

Unfortunately, before the quarantine, all of our knowledgeable Electrical Engineers were either out of town, or killed in the plague. Also, our technical database was destroyed by a fire early during the quarantine. This means that we are without vital data about how the Generators that power our phone masts work.

This is why we have started Project Tesla. Using a series of fuel consumption reports and controlled experiments, we aim to figure out how long a generator can run on a single can of fuel.

Please use the discussion section to comment with your reports. Be sure to include any information you think may be relevant, like the likelihood of the generator being destroyed while you were gone, zombie presence, survivor presence, as well as the times and dates you refueled the generators.

Thank you for your cooperation --RocketYam 03:36, 12 Dec 2005 (GMT)