But it has to be some DSL equivalent so some one here has heard of it.. a
few ppl on this list work in Telecomms and nothing else has been near xDSL
stuff, and without laying fibre into my house (Which I doubt for 12.50),
If it was an all new technology that no-one on this list had heard off,
WTF would they roll it out in Ireland first...
So they have decided they can to xDSL, have they tested it in
BallygoBackwards or BorrisinMisery etc...
lives 200m from exchange, should work in my house :-)
On Wed, 1 Mar 2000, Owen Kelly wrote:
> This isnt blind faith ... I thought there was hidden truths in my message, guess I didnt signpost it before ... I
> have a friend working for Genesis.
>> Trust that theyre gonna blow every other Irish ISP out of the water. Im not at liberty, and personally I dont want
> to say any more.
> Owen Kelly
>owen at linux.iehttp://owenkelly.com>>>
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