On Fri, Nov 02, 2001 at 11:09:16AM +0000, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> 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.
Let me see - that works out at ~1775 Euro/month for 128K + the line rental,
which is realistically speaking in the noise. To me, that compares poorly
with between 30 - 40 Euro/month which our European neighbours pay for
256K/128K (or even 512K/128K) ADSL. Hmm - I can see the new Eircon ad now -
ADSL - faster than ISDN for about 1/15 of the cost - available now in the
e-arsehole of Europe.
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