On Wed, 9 Jun 1999, Colin Whittaker wrote:
> > > far be it from me to worry about the fiscal health of corporations,
> > > but how might they be making money?
i think how they do it is charge for the use of their trunmks lines, or
whatever cable infrastructure is being used. the number is a local call
number. they seem to have covered the whole of the island. the waterfor
dnumber is (if anyone is interested) 322321. I tried the connection a
number of times tonite, and it dropped it each time. granted i am on an
btw, you can get the cd from any esb/texaco garage, or d/l software from
anyway, will be interesting to see how long it lasts. hopefully for a
ps: sorry for any typos, its being typed in the dark.
Bernard Tyers. B.Tech.Elec. Mail: btyers at snet.wit.ie, Web: snet.wit.ie/bbt
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