That is just 56K dial-up. We had cable TV as well, but we are now on Sky
Digital. As far as I know, NTL does not provide ISDN, but you should ask
them yourself. They also provide cable internet, but not in all parts of
Dublin. You should also investigate this.
On 24 Oct 2001, at 11:11, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> On Wed, 24 Oct 2001, cybersean3000 at yahoo.com wrote:
>> > I have ntl: for phone and internet (and let me know if you want to
> > connect with Linux). From Fridays at 6pm until Sundays at Midnight, my
> > connections are unmetered, I just pay 5 or 10p for the call.
>> What speed is that? Just 56KB/sec, ISDN or better? What's the monthly charge?
>> Is it available to anyone who has ntl TV cable?
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