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On Friday 16 April 2004 17:33, Justin MacCarthy wrote:
> Anyone using Irish Broadband in the Terenure/HaroldsX area?
> Good / bad / indifferent?
Got it installed yesterday and so far I'm impressed. I'm in the Goatstown area
and working off the mast on Three-Rock.
I'm on Breeze Home with a contention ratio of 20:1. Speed varies from ~30Kb/s
(240Kbits/s) to ~15Kb/s. Usually it's above 20Kb/s though.
If it's for work they have business packages offering up to 1024Kbps. Even the
Home Breeze Plus for an extra €12/month will give you a contention of 8:1.
For me, it's looking good so far.
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