Paul Scollon wrote:
> I know for a fact (m8s in Esat) that the reason they are dumping this
> service is nothing to do with yours "excessive" use.
As I understand it Esat's break-even point on No Limits, given how
Eircom charge them, is something like three off-peak hours per day. If a
user is online on average more than that every day every month, Esat are
Personally I could live with a three hour per day limit until such time
as the ODTR beats the living daylights out of Eircom while repeating the
phrase "We are not a 3rd world country". And while we're at it, where's
my fiber-to-the-doorstep? If we're tearing up the streets for Luas,
can't we do it for something useful too?
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