On Wed, Mar 08, 2000 at 10:25:43AM +0000, Brendan Kehoe mentioned:
> * Major safety fears arose from the
> laying of 1,800 km of fibre optic
> cables for Esat along the country's
> entire rail network. It was not carried
> out to appropriate standards.
It's been there about two years, or more. Like BT/Ocean's fibre that was
laid over the last eight/nine years, there is loads of it, and they aren't
going to make use of it for home internet access until the end boxes are
a lot cheaper than they are now.
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