On Wednesday 07 November 2001 16:51, Gavin Henrick wrote:
> Yes, and national rollout was funded by government. With Eircom Floated
> this causes a major problem. They have not got the money to make huge
> infrastructural investment, and it should come from the government, who
> have no intention of it.
They seem to have plenty of money to pay bonuses to their directors and to
pay for those crappy ads ("USE YOUR MOUSE TO RIP OFF THE CONSUMER").
>>> Diff numbers of ppl, diff base infrastructure to work from, and is BT
> making money? not the last time i checked :)
>So Ireland has different, more expensive obstructions to ADSL to *any* other
country in the developed world? Including countries such as Luxembourg (small
population), Finland (low population density), the USA (ADSL rollout got no
government funding) and Turkey (poor population)? I don't think so...
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