Bernard Tyers wrote:
>> The general jist is that TE net access was (is) supposed to be reuced > by 33% @ peak. Calls are 7.5Min intervals instead of 5 mins
But really, how many home users would be going on-line for any length of
time at peak rate anyway? No change to the off-peak rates, I suppose?
> I love this line.."During off-peak times, Telecom Eireann's rate of
> under 50p per hour is the most competitive rate in Europe."
Great eh, 'under 50p an hour' sounds a lot better than '44p an hour' all
right, doesn't it? Under 50p sounds like you're gettung a bargain.
> Yea when you can get a connection the first time..Damn last mile copper..
Copper for the last mile? Ooh, you lucky b**tard! Favouritism, I call
it! Not like in my day, when we used to have to make do with a piece of
string and 2 paper cups. And we were lucky to get the string!
At least you're living somewhere which could arguably be called
civilization, and therefore have good lines. 200 bytes/sec, anyone?
Miles (Kieran Colfer)
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