On Wed, 24 Sep 2003, Peter Flynn wrote:
> What's wrong with USB modems? I'm looking at Netsource's broadband
> offering as it appears to be uncapped.
It's nominally uncapped, but if you average over about a gig a day on the
Soho (RADSL) service you'll find yourself moved to a contention pool with
other heavy users, and getting ISDN-like speeds. However it's still the
best offering out there for the money, and we (Corkwan) will be getting it
in as our first bandwidth source to test with.
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