> Well, I just called Esat about DSL in Drogheda (seeing as it's now on
> their list of enabled exchanges!), and was told that unless I was in the
> town centre (which I'm not), or within 2.5 kilometres of the exchange
> (which I'm not) that "to be frank, it would be a few years before you
> will get access"....hmmm! :(
>This is partly true. The town centre bit would imply that only the town
centre exchange has been upgraded (I don't know if there are other exhcnages
around there). The 2.5km bit refers to the technical limitations of ADSL.
However, if Esat have unbundled your exchange, you have a better chance, as
they're quite keen on RADSL and that extends out further (with lower rates).
You'll find lots of technical information on rates and distances on the DSL
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