On Wed, Jul 28, 2004 at 12:29:55 +0100, Kae Verens wrote:
> 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/
> get it!
>> 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.
What's frustrating is the inability to be sure just where the hell DSL
is available or not at a microlevel. If you want to rent or buy
someplace and try to figure out if DSL is available beforehand, then its
an epic struggle.
Would be nice if there was a truly detailed coverage map, perhaps
running the line test on all their lines and mapping the results would
be difficult, but educational.
Caolan McNamara | caolan at skynet.iehttp://www.skynet.ie/~caolan | +353 86 8161184
I have a wonderful proof of that theorem, but this line is too small to show it
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