Gerard Keating wrote:
> Well, they have higher caps.
TBH, the eye-catching this for me from John's original mail was:
> - 500 users on the network and 30-40 concurrent users is normal. ADSL
> would go a long way to meeting our needs
This is a horrifying thought for a DSL line, under normal circumstances
its leased line territory, though, upon further reading, I've concluded
that John is involved with Clongowes Wood College, a school, where a
1meg DSL connection may well suffice their usage.
If I had signed a contract with a company for a service, and they were
then unable to offer me that service, I'd be chasing them to offer me
the next best package with as many of the benefits of the service I
signed up for as technically possible, in your case, the lower speed
without the cap!
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