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While we are sort of on this topic, does anyone know if Esat Surf no
limits supports ISDN?
Just checking, as I can't seem to find a yes or no answer.
On the same subject, installation for an ISDN line has gone down to
?99 from eircom
Philip Trickett, Director mailto:phil_trickett at bigfoot.com
TechWorks, 4 Killiney Hill Cottages, Killiney, Co. Dublin. Ireland
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From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
Sent: 01 March 2000 16:37
To: ilug at linux.ie; iiu-list at jmason.org
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Bandwidth/Internet use in Ireland
Quoting <200003011535.PAA25398 at callisto.netnoteinc.com>
by Justin Mason <jm at jmason.org>:
> Yep -- there's been several articles in US mags along these lines
> in the last few years; people reviewing new whizzy high-speed
> access, and basically saying "well it's slightly faster than it was
> before". (I think Boardwatch would be a good spot to find some of
I'd love to have a flat rate, always on, non-phone-occupying service,
even if it isn't any faster than current dialup.
When asked if it is true that he uses his wheelchair as a weapon he
"That's a malicious rumour. I'll run over anyone who repeats it."
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