On Mon, 2004-02-23 at 10:35, Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
> Sorry for the OT post, but this may be of interest to anyone else in
>> I'm buying a house in Blarney and I checked the house phone number for
> DSL availability but it unfortunately failed.
> I see they have a "broadband trigger program", and it reports that "We
> plan to broadband enable your town"
>> "Your town is planned to be enabled for broadband by mid '04. Once it is
> enabled we will let you know, so that you can then select a supplier to
> provide you with broadband."
>> Is this prediction any way reliable? Or is asking this like asking, "how
> long is a piece of string?"
It's a lie. Same as they said about Bishopstown over a year ago.
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