On Wednesday 23 April I received a letter headed "OnMail" dated 16 April from a Kit Brinkley,OnMail Sales Manager,stating that "Elppa Marketing"have acquired the rights to ITV-digital Internet services and related assets including the OnNet boxes held by subscribers. The letter went on to say that there are 3 options:- 1)Pay £29 to keep the equipment and use OnNet 2)Pay £29 to discharge liability for the equipment 3)Return the box and all accessories and cables to Elppa According to the letter a written response selecting one of these options is required within "14 days from the date of this letter" to avoid legal action. I obtained the OnNet box etc as part of a PrePaid Ondigital setup,and as I now have broadband internet and SkyDigital TV I certainly have no interest in keeping this gear,so it's Option 3 for me. However,I have no intention of paying to return equipment which I have not wanted for at least 2 years and which I should have binned a long time ago.Indeed I should be entitled to make a charge for the safekeeping of this stuff for so long!!! My feeling is that Elppa should arrange to collect it at a time that suits me if they want it,and I don't see why I should rush to respond to a letter which didn't reach me until 7 days after it was written. I wonder if anyone else has received this type of letter recently,and whether anyone has any thoughts,comments,suggestions???