I just called them, coz I'm nosey and would actually like to move away from
install costs 165 - 169 month --> 1mb down, 256 up.
Aint bad, I've asked for a sales "guru" to mail me with further details.
I asked about the website, turns out they are changing their name again,
when they become fully Irish owned again.
no info on the VIA website yet, anyone know any more about this?
Gerard Keating wrote:
> I see from todays Irish Times that VIA Network are doing DSL in Dublin,
> hopefully the first of many 3rd party providers.
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