> Me, I'd be want the opportunity to obtain the service before I'd worry
> about the support I'd get, I personally would be happy to help test
> things on the basis of receiving free connectivity in consideration
> for my test input...
>Personally, I'd consider paying for the opportunity to test it... at least I
know I'd be likely to have it when the rest of the country came online (I'm
Okay, now to the real reason I mailed the list: I recently got Sky Digital
installed, and was asked by the guy installing it if I would consider paying
for an always on internet connection from Sky, and how much I would pay.
If they do go ahead with this, they'd have the jump on every ISP in the
The guy couldn't tell me whether or not they had any actual plans to do
this. Has anyone else heard anything? There's nothing on their website.
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