On Fri, 02 Nov 2001, Niall O Broin 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 -
This was a direct copy & paste quote from the website.
That said, it *is* a good deal in the context of Ireland, ie they don't charge
so all you've got to pay for is the ISDN line, whose expense is not the fault
of UTV Internet. Sure, ADSL would be nice, but we don't got it. Any other ISP
would charge you for your dual ISDN service too.
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