Paul Jakma wrote:
> On Wed, 28 Jul 2004, John Madden wrote:
>>> Ring their customer support and report a "fault" (something like noise
>> on the line). They'll fix that (and, in my experience, fairly quickly
>> -- presuming they find something with their line test), then get the
>> line tested for broadband again.
>> interesting, but there's still no way to get Eircom to investigate a DSL
> line fault / test fail. :)
Have you tried rustling an empty crisp packet during a phone call to eircom?
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