The internet is a wonderfull place.
In case you can't get there the chrages are///
12p for 7.5 minutes peek time and
12p per 15 minutes at the w/e and evenings.
As far as I can see - oceanfree will NOT be providing a 1891 number at the
moment, but who knows (anyone ?).
Putting IE5 on really puts me off oceanfree, I wanted to stick it
(oceanfree) on a P60 with 16Megs running Win95 (For someone else) but I
don't think it will handle it ? anyone seen this configuration ?
I am sure that his is going to be really over subscribed and it will be
impossible to get a connection !
From: Bill Appelbe [mailto:bappelbe at iona.com]
Sent: 10 June 1999 16:43
To: Mark O'Herlihy
Cc: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Oceanfree
What is the rate on the 1891 number?
Mark O'Herlihy wrote:
>> 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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