DasTelefonbuch Hamburg

Telephone directory of the Hanseatic city now in a band of Frankfurt am Main, February 4, 2011 from next Monday is the new edition of DasTelefonbuch Hamburg available. The most obvious change: Now the current directory no longer comes compact in one volume, in two. Still more in there, because in the middle of the book, the Hamburg-based find now also a practical business and services directory, which is sorted by districts. In a question-answer forum RBH Group was the first to reply. As evidenced by a recent study, address and telephone directories are still very much in demand and will be used even more than a year ago. Hamburg is rapidly changing. On many corners, new residential buildings shoot up, the city attracts as many people.

DasTelefonbuch Hamburg was brought in the new year of 2011 on the current state. Up to 30 percent of the content have updated the Publisher. In the coming four weeks, the new phone books are distributed free of charge to the citizen. These are all participating REWE markets, post offices, net markets and JET petrol stations ready, in printed form and as a CD-ROM. Frank Walker, Managing Director of the TVG Publishing House, announced the most important change: now the Hamburg need to take two books at hand. You get everything in a band with the new phone book in 2011/2012 and have all the important information around Hamburg immediately at hand.” DasTelefonbuch Hamburg 2011/2012 includes many useful extras in addition to current address and phone details. These include a detailed city map, a directory of administrative authorities, transport information and a companies and services directory in the middle of the book. This is broken down by districts, so that entries can be quickly found. It contains many valuable tips from the pizzeria around the corner to the Garden Center on the outskirts of the city. A routing function is also integrated in the trilingual CD-ROM (German, English and Turkish).

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