Replying to the message sent by John Hegarty on 19 Jan 2004 18:13:38
+0000, received at 18:40:30 on 19/01/2004. John Hegarty wrote:
> Told by Eircom before Christmas that ADSL Broadband was available in
> area (Clane, Co. Kildare). Signed up for "Enhanced package" ie no
> - 500 users on the network and 30-40 concurrent users is normal. ADSL
> would go a long way to meeting our needs
>> They let me know today that they are not able to supply the "enhanced
> package" in my area but that I can have 512Kb download with a limit of
> 3Gb per month and a charge per Mb over that quota. Not much use to us
>> Apparantly the problem is a lack of bandwidth in the exchange which
> only be upgraded if there is sufficient demand. No time frame given on
> when or indeed if this will happen.
>> Anyone else been caught be this one recently?
Irish Broadband cures what ails ya http://irishbroadband.net Cheaper and
better. Plus they got a sexy chick working on the phones.
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