I too must agree my eircom experience has been great, line installed
within 3 weeks, up, functioning and with no noticable downtime since.
That was about a year and a half ago.
Quoting David Dorgan (davidd at micro-gravity.com):
> Quoting Laurent Coudeur (Laurent_Coudeur at lionbridge.com):
> > Well here is mine
>> Well here is mine.
> I have dealt with getting lines in three countries, two
> in europe and one in the US.
>> I must say, the service in Ireland was the best I have
> seen. I have not seen any problem so far, and that
> includes a business dsl line from esat, eircom and netsource.
>> In the Netherlands I had been waiting about six weeks
> in the provisioning cycle, and in the US they
> kept on coming out to install the line, only to grumble
> about it, and it not working. That, overall, took about
> three months, trying two providers.
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