On Fri, Jun 11, 1999 at 08:56:02PM +0100, Paul Curtayne wrote:
<horror story of epic proportions snipped>
> BTW, With Ocean, I get 42,667 kb/s, whereas I get 45,333 with Tinet,
Dialup speeds don't usually mean a whole pile. The clincher is how much
they're going to spend on connectivity to the rest of the internet, always
the most expensive part of the service.
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