> > http://www.cablenet.ie/services.htm
> What do they mean by "Download charges may apply." , I wonder?
>  http://www.cablenet.ie/cablenetplus.html
Last time I looked at their site (months ago before it was
rewritten to remove certain useful information) the download
charges means thusly:
You've got a certain number of MB that can be downloaded every
month (100 MB for £30 option I think). Once you go over that
limit in any month you have to pay a few pence per additional MB
what you download.
The numbers may have changed over time but I reckon that's what
they still mean.
"If it looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, we have at least to
consider the possibility that we have a small aquatic bird of the family
anatidae on our hands". <?>
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