On Friday 05 March 2004 18:54, NW Dublin wrote:
> For me the arguments are all about bandwidth allowances, service
> bundling and the price of excess traffic! The bundling of modems and
> their usability would only come into it all other things being equal
This seems a bizarre order of preference to me.
I will gladly pay Sir Anthony 10 euro per month
if he makes sure his packets get through to me unharmed.
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