> Actually , anyone know when we will be getting gprs around these
> parts. And when we do will it be possible to do some type of remote
> networking with it.
>Early to middle / slash / late next year. Without the sarcasm, I'm told it
will actually be quite fast and progressive. With luck, there's a chance it
could be late this year / early the next. That would be luck for someone
else though, because you can keep GPRS and 3G and stuff it as far as I'm
concerned. If I have a broadband wireless connection before I have a
landline one, there's a fair chance I may explode.
> And talking for broad band , things are really moving in the uk
> (adsl/cable) are eircom/esat ever going to catch up ?
>Things aren't moving in the UK by any manner of means, or any definition. In
fact, in the strictest sense, there hasn't been one local loop unbundled in
the UK yet. Almost like Ireland, apart from the whole "Ireland is the most
backward llu/broadband country in europe" thing.
Now if you'll excuse me, I'm quite drunk...
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