Quoting <200004051358.OAA27533 at pancake.earlsfort.iol.ie>
by Nick Hilliard <nick at iol.ie>:
> David Murphy wrote:
> > Alas, I suspect the low incidence of remote-monitored alarm systems
> > (with the exception of Eircom's own PhoneWatch thing) means that such
> > lines aren't relatively cheap here like they are in the US.
>> Actually, they're the same price as analog circuits over here, which is to
> say, a low installation cost and medium rental.
Quoting the article:
"I then ordered two circuits. One to my house and one to our local
hospital (they are stuck paying $1000.00 per month for a 348k
connection that they need for video medicine and as a local tax payer
who voted for the M & O levy.....). I ordered 1 pair of dry,
unloaded, unconditioned, copper pair from my office to each location.
(About $20.00 per month.)"
I was under the impression that an analog circuit cost a lot more to
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