On Thu, 24 Feb 2005 13:26:04 +0000, FRLinux <frlinux at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 24 Feb 2005 12:53:38 +0000, Thomas Bridge <thomas at wibble.to> wrote:
> > The Smart product, from what I've seen of it, is an excellently
> > priced product with much better features than the Eircom or Esat
> > based offerings. Instead of bitching about the one feature
> > they didn't address, isn't it time we all went "thank god there's
> > starting to be some competition."
>> I wouldn't thank god for this but i agree with Thomas, it is about
> time a true alternative which actually tries to cut the ties off
> eircom is being made available. This could be the beginning of a new
> competition. I still hope Ireland will catch with the rest of europe
Still only *just* the beginning though. The Smart roll-out is on their own
foptic network, and will be a loooong time coming down the mountains
to those not in a Metropolitic Location.
Has anyone any experience with their service as yet? I have looked at
the site but was unable to find detailed technical specifications there.
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