On December 18, kevin+dated+1040649838.30ad7a at ie.suberic.net said:
> this is interesting.
>> Any operator can upgrade the exchange for DSL through Local Loop Unbunding
> - it is not solely an eircom responsibility. There is no legalk or
> regulatory reason why this can't be community funded, therefore I suggest
> you contact the operators and in particular Esat BT who have a number of
> rural exchanges upgraded. Via Networks use a different option (wholesale
> bitstream) which would require Eircom to upgrade the exchange
Yeah, Esat finally called me back yesterday. They said they'd be able
to unbundle my ISDN line and run DSL over it, at the loss of the voice
service which I don't use. I'm waiting for paperwork to show up at the
Waider. Maybe I'll increase my internet habit instead of cutting it back.
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