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At 18:09 17/06/2002 +0100, Barry Redmond wrote:
>I'm going to be in France for a few weeks and need to connect to home
>systems at regular intervals. Does anyone know a way to avoid dialling
>way home? That is, is there some free or low cost French ISP I could use for
>a few weeks to keep call costs down?
>>Failing that, does anyone know if the Irish 1891 numbers work from outside
Another option is contact your Irish ISP and ask if they have a global
roaming option (Eircom Net and VIA are both part of the GRIC alliance - and
I think someone (Esat?) offers access to iPass as well).
This will incur extra charges over your phone calls, but it does offer you
local call rate access in over 100 countries around the world,
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