On Thursday 11 March 2004 07:34, Frank Murphy wrote:
> A friend of mine, lives 40 feet from a digital exchange,
> Eircom said his line failed, suggested he get a new one.
How does one get a new line?
Surely that is up to Eircom.
I find the way Eircom implies that some third party
(or possibly God) is responsible for the quality of your line
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