I can't believe that Cablelink could possibly offer anything useful. They
never have in the past and I doubt they ever will. I bet it will come with
a bundle load of snags (eg mandatory proxy, dynamic ip/RFC 1597 IPs, no
servers allowed, no "support" for non-Windoze platorms, and a massive
whopping 256kbps line liking their service to the outside world etc)
Sorry for the rant -- I'm just a Cablelink MMDS customer (I'm sure you can
understand how fustrating that can be!)
Also notice that they have no launch date (not even an an approximate time
frame). That means its still years in the future.
On Fri, Oct 08, 1999 at 03:22:39PM +0100, kevin lyda wrote:
> David Murphy spoke thusly:
> >Well, yes, but it's easy to forget that, even if all you effectively
> >got was the equivalent of a 56K modem connection, it's still flat
> >rate, still always on, still doesn't tie up your phone, still better
> >than dialup.
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