On Thu, Jun 15, 2000 at 02:46:49PM +0100, Bill Appelbe came forth with:
> Most ISPs have free accounts - so why not set up a few accounts
> and try them. If you favourite goes down sometime then dial another.
don't forget that if you're doing it at peak rate, going
into a 1891 number is cheaper (1 unit every 7.5 mins rather
than every 3 mins).
IF you pay for eircom.net, you get to use the 1891 number..
To drag this on-topic, is anyone doing dialin using linux and
multiple serial ports (or a terminal server)? (I know the ISPs
are, but I'm not in that league). And the kicker, they want
to authenticate against the NT domain...
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