Well how does it compare to ISDN?
Price wise I mean. I can't see businesses getting ISDN in if they can get
those kinds of speeds. Are you sure that it is a who e Mb/s upload , I
thought that it was about half that . I could be wrong though..
On Mon, 19 Apr 1999, Bernard Tyers wrote:
> I think the main gripe is the price of the installation and hardware. I
> know in the states there has been big ad campaigns to get it going. But
> again the thing tho' is the price.
> But hea, 8MBs/sec downstream, and 1MB/sec up...hmm..makes my modem scream!
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