On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 11:33:20 +0000, Liam McDermott
<theirishmole at gmail.com> wrote:
> this usually happens when the line is split between two houses.
>> This will also affect regular dialup, so if dialup is not getting
> above 40k then the line is probably split.
>> They don't like to tell you your line is split, so i also reccomend
> saying there is noise on the line.
>> (ballsed up that reply)
There are some regulations on how and whether they can split your
line. AFAIK they can only split your line if it's the only way you can
get a phone line. Don't really know if that can apply to new or
existing (split) lines. I only pick this up from my readings of the
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