Brendan Kehoe wrote:
>A couple of quick clarifications,
>>Elana's representing IrelandOffline (http://www.irelandoffline.org/) in the
>talk. It'll be airing on Network2, not RTE as I originally said.
>>Please respond directly to me or call her mobile (087-699-7371), since I know
>the ILUG list is much better used as a discussion medium for its own topics,
>instead of random bits like this. :)
Actually, I'm not writing to complain about Eircom - I've been lucky
enough to get broadband installed "quickly" (about a month after I
However, I just think it's weird that I live two miles out one side of
Monaghan, and have broadband, and work two miles the other side of
Monaghan, and have broadband, yet in between, people say they /can't/
There's a friend of mine living in Corrany, about a mile into Fermanagh,
and he says that the telcos have basically said that the area there will
never get broadband.
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