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OAP über-brand Saga has today dusted off its own social network aimed at the over-50s. Saga Zone has been in beta for four months, and so far boasts 13,000 members. It's "a new online community where you create a whole new social network of friends and easily stay in touch from the comfort of your home". There's nothing to …


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  1. Anonymous Coward
    Jobs Horns

    C'or Blimey, could make some cash out of this...

    If they go the same route of allowing developers to create add in's I reckon I could make a mint on a "Deathwatch" add-in.

    Perhaps on a subscription basis, or something.

  2. Anonymous Coward

    Better name for it

    How about "Wrinkledfacebook"?



  3. Shinobi87


    This is a discrace not only does the website take longer than a codger takes to awnser a phone but its agest 50plus only, not that id even use the site but i think we should sue them im sure if it was in america we would win! shame the uk legal system doesnt fail as much! dammit!!!!

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Will not allow under 50's unless you lie

    Actually you can't register unless you lie about your age. I tried to be honest and failed.

  5. sean

    Saga shuffles into social networking?

    That'll be *old* news then?

  6. Anonymous Coward

    Re: Will not allow under 50's unless you lie

    Lying on social networks? Surely not!!??

  7. Anonymous Coward Silver badge
    Anonymous Coward

    How long until

    It is renamed The Sag Zone?

    (over 50 mself...)

  8. GrahamT

    Ongoing saga

    I signed up. Does that make me a Saga lout?

  9. Anonymous Coward
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    Now I know what it's like to be Black, Gay, and Disabled.

  10. GrahamT

    Bad joke

    Under the login text boxes there are three links:

    "I have forgotten my user id"

    "I have forgotten my password"

    "Now, what did I come in here for?"

    (if you don't understand that, ask your mum and dad)

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