Johno Sullivan wrote:
> I've _heard_ from some people using esat, that in the last couple of weeks
> problems like this have been cropping up.. it takes several attempts to
> connect.. this is second hand info though so don't take it as 100%
Yeah, I can confirm that, at least with respect to the so called "surf no limits"
option. It's been fine up to recently, but of late I've started getting engaged
tones a fair few times. On the other hand, when I do get on, the download speeds are
As an aside, I'm just wondering if there are any clauses in the contract that one
enters into with an ISP when subscribing that let them off the hook (argh! no pun
intended) when they are engaged, and hence aren't providing the service that they
are being paid to provide. I imagine that in other lines of business, this kind of
haphazard service is not accepted.
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