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On a slightly related issue.
Did people see this news ...
_Dell intros free Net access_
Dell Computer introduced a free, unlimited Internet access service in the
United Kingdom today. The company also said it has plans to introduce such
services in Europe this year. DellNet is available to all comers, not just
users of the company's PCs. Users pay no fee to Dell, but do have to pay
per-minute charges to British Telecommunications for phone calls. DellNet is
also included on new Dell Dimension PCs.
From: Mark O'Herlihy [mailto:markoh at indigo.ie]
Sent: 10 June 1999 09:08
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Oceanfree
David Murphy wrote:
> So, no (ever-so-slight) reduction on internet access calls to
> OceanFree - are Telecom obliged to provide 1891 numbers to any ISP
> operating in Ireland?
No. Any ISP operating in Ireland is obliged to part TE a huge amount of
money for a 1891 number.
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