ilug-admin at linux.ie wrote:
>> >From: "Alan Sobey" <ags at tinet.ie>
> >To: <ilug at linux.ie>
> >Subject: [ILUG] [well T] Esat - Surf No Limits Questions
> >Date: Mon, 29 Nov 1999 20:15:25 -0000
> >Hi all,
> >I'm looking for concrete information with regards Esat's Surf No
> >Limits deal (the one with free off-peak local calls).
> >About three weeks ago, my Da went off to a local Esat agent (not Esat
> >themselves) to sign up. They said "Okay, but you've got to convert
> >one phone line to Esat". He said "Okay" and proceeded to fill out the
> >form. A few hours ago, an engineer came out and fitted the box/router
>> You were DONE by the ESAT agent!!!!....Sounds like he/she is on commission
> for sales. I have a Telecom/Eircom line and I'm using ESAT Surf nolimits
> with no problems.
> When you dial the number given to you by ESAT, Eircom switches you over to
> another switch obviously run by ESAT. That takes about 60 seconds or so.
Eh? I've always had it connect more or less instantly. When you say 60
seconds, what do you mean?
> If I was your Da, I'd be paying a visit to that ESAT agent again looking for
> my money back!
Yep : that's way out of of line.
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