On Thursday 18 November 2004 12:20, Richard Corden wrote:
> It is very annoying that you have to do this. If you're on an enabled
> exchange it would be nice to be able to ask for an engineer to
> checkout your specific line. In my case I would have been willing to
> pay for his time.
Eircom's attitude on this is bizarre.
They behave as though it is your fault - or an act of the gods -
that their line is faulty.
Surely if Ireland is the e-hub of the universe
it should be a requirement on Eircom to bring lines up to a standard
where they are capable of transmitting data.
I wonder if ComReg has been pursued on this?
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