Sorry but, just on that..
I got a call from an unnamed extra-terrestrial ISP company called
"Hi there...I believe you are a current user of ISDN and live in a very
(I stiffled the giggle and said 'nope & nope' and asked who it was)
"This is 'unamed' (seeabove ;) ) and we are calling you because you
expressed interest in our Satellite Internet service"
(Did I now?)
"Can I e-mail you some product information?"
(For the want of something in my inbox, I said why not..."
"can I have your email address?"
(QUE spammail addie..."Yes...its j..a...m...")
"Actually sir, if you could just check our website at www.blah.ie."
......Bemused I went back to my parallel universe......
Kinda sums up all attempts of providing a decent internet service in Ireland
Roads are a very good indication/reflection of Government efficency I
From: Debian User,,, [mailto:cout at eircom.net]
Niall O Broin wrote:
> I just had a youg lady from a market research firm on the phone doing a
> customer satisfaction survey about mur Eircom HiSpeed (spit !) line. Laugh
> I nearly shat. It was only halfway through when I realised that I should
> have recorded the bloody call - they're "unable" to provide me with a copy
> of the questions and she wasn't willing to start again. Among the gems
>> "How satisfied are you with the improved quality of graphics with your
> HiSpeed line ?"
>> They really haven't got a fscking clue.
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