According to The Irish Internet Users website, the admin of which is on this
list, UTV (formerly DNA) Internet give dual channel ISDN on their free
accounts. I presume they have a Republic of Ireland node, although I might
In June 2000 DNA Internet was taken over by UTV, and is now called UTV
Internet. Bonus: they support dual channel ISDN (ie. 128k) connections."
which is a very good deal.
On Fri, 02 Nov 2001, Wynne, Conor wrote:
> 1 Channel is free for ISDN from EirCON, not free as in beer, but free as in
> Irish Telco's.
>> the number is 2171101 and username and password are optional.
>> I'm pretty sure your iol gold supports ISDN, call them and ask for the ISDN
> dialup number. Think you can use two channels too. Personally I never
> bothered coz 64K is well fast enuff for me.
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