According to the Sunday Tribune, one of the head honchos in Chorus is
leaving, perhaps paving the way for a buyout by another British company.
They valued each customer at EUR1000 so the company is worth EUR260
million AFAIR. They also secured a loan of some EUR346 million last
January so you never know, things may happen yet!
Ruairi Newman wrote:
>> Will Mernagh [16/07/01 12:01 +0100]:
> > On a related topic
>> > I've been looking at the chorus website www.chorus.ie and they will be
> > bringing out a high-speed internet connection to their cable and wireless
> > subscribers. It seems no connection fee and a monthly charge. There is no
> > mention of any online charge so it may be an alternative to SurfNoLimits.
>> Doubt it... they'll be limited by the same factors as SNL was. For the
> moment anyway, eircom are charging them too much unless they want to cap the
> unmetered monthly online time at about the same (i.e. 75 hours).
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