> Excuse my ignorance, but what is the current state of ISP's in Russia and
> how does Communism affect services and offerings?
:) The country is large, so is demand. There are _loads_ of ISPs (in SPb
and Moscow I mean). The problem is that phone calls are virtually free.
So unlimited internet would be a nightmare for providers, so they cannot
afford really cheap services. Sample prices (do not afraid, it is in
English:): http://www.peterlink.ru/price/dialup-pricelist_eng.html. Do
you like "Home flate rate": $30 for 19.00-2.00 connection monthly?
> UTV may probably provide a formal letter or similar to give
> Eircom..I dunno really :(
So, finally, should I first sign in in UTV or arrange things with
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