On Wed, 2004-10-13 at 17:50, Thomas Bridge wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 13, 2004 at 05:03:45PM +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> > This is total mullarkey. Eircom doesn't supply ADSL over ISDN for the
> > same reason they do so many other things arseways, so to get ADSL on an
> > ISDN line you first must convert the ISDN line to a POTS line, and then
> > get ADSL installed on that.
>> It could just be that Esat won't touch the migration process, but there
> is a defined process for downgrading to POTS from ISDN and having DSL
> enabled all at the same time.
>> I know that its not the most painless process in the world, but on the
> whole the people in Netsource have been doing this for a while and
> have a lot of experience doing it.
>> Talk to the sales department (and this again is why you should use
> small DSL providers - they are just so much more customer focused
> and know exactly where to kick Eircom).
Eircom are just rubbish lads. I was onto eircom recently (my sisters
idea) to get adsl from them - part of our reduce costs initiative.
It sounded like a great deal, but they just fscked up. I was offered the
same as netsource, with static IP and DNS for 30 quid. But it was an
invalid contract and it mysteriously disappeared!
They had no record of it!!!!! Bastards!
Anyway, on the tellyphone, they said. Ah no, you cannot have adsl as
your line does not qualify!!! The mind boggles as thats what I have at
So if they cannot even make a _sale_, how can they provide support?
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