This is an interesting topic. Basically the general line I've gotten from
ESAT was that I didn't have to sign up for an ESAT telephone account but that
I had to get a switch put onto the house telephone line. That sounded like a
half way measure like, you can chose which network you want to use, ESAT or
Eircom. Because of that I couldn't be arsed so far. Looks like they're
trying to pull the wool over the eyes of lots of people.
Emmanuel Stone <eman at eircom.net> wrote:
> 1) Who's right? Esat Tech Support or the Esat agent? Is an Esat
> box/router thingie necessary for Surf No Limits? I know it's not
> necessary for the SurfFree package.
no box router needed for surf no limits, it's like a regular isp. so
that would make tech support right (who i must say are very helpful and
know their stuff)
> 2) Should I be filling out another form right now and am I likely to
> be waiting another three weeks?
I'm guessing you'll have too unless it was already filled out on the
> 3) I presume that 1891 numbers will still be automatically routed via
> eircom rather than Esat. Can anyone verify this?
it's actually not a 1891 no but a big long one which begins with 1332
hope this is helpful
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