On Wednesday 28 July 2004 12:23, Barry O'Donovan wrote:
: Instead I went to Irish Broadband and took up their wireless offer which
: costs E35.00 per month with a contention of 20:1, no limits on
: upload/download and a 512kbps upload/download link.
:: I did have to wait over a month for a connection but I was advised of
: this when I made my first enquiries (they were waiting on the
: installation of a new antenna in my area).
So has anyone tried this "Ripwave" product of theirs?
On the down side it's asymmetrical (512Kbps dwnld, 128Kbps upld), but on the
plus side there's no external antenna required AFAICT.
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