> > 50% of the cost of a local or 1890 call. Anyone care to comment on any
> > the providers viz a viz reliability, ping times, INEX connectivity etc.
> > - i.e. anything you can think of which should influence my purchasing
> > decision.
>> Doesn't that 50% saving only apply to peak rate? The only other reason
> might want to go subscription is because most ISPs do not allow dual
> on a non-subscription (Unison is the only one I know which does)
Unison dont admit to supporting ISDN, have never tried it personally,
Oceanfree definately supports dual channel. Do yourself a favour if your
going to do the dual channel, use iBod to control it
(http://www.compound.se/ibod.html), only bring it up when the load is higher
than the single channel's bandwidth, save you a packet on call charges.
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