John Allen said:
> Paul Kelly wrote:
> > I'm sorry, but that's just not going to happen. 1Mbit ADSL in the States
> > costs twice that if you're lucky. Cablelink _may_ be able to offer
> > shared 40Mbit/sec per segment (at most 10Mbit per user, much less
> > upstream) but I'm fairly their high-speed internet service will be
> > around the 40-50 a month ballpark. The usual dollar-per-pound exchange
> > rate compared to the same service in the US.
>> I'm pretty sure that Cablelink said £30 per month, 24*7 unlimited.
Did you hear that from Cablelink personally -- or was it an announcement?
Most of the stuff I've heard, including personal enquiries, has been along
the lines of "we'll tell you when we've thought about it, we're just
making vapour at the moment" ;)
It's good news anyway. BTW you didn't happen to hear a date as well? ;)
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