On Sat, 2005-03-05 at 12:21 +0000, Conor Wynne wrote:
> I'm just about to sign up to IBB's 1meg up and down service. Is it any
> good in the Lucan area?
I can only tell you what it's like in the Blanchardstown area. I have a
broadband for business connection; 1:8 contention. It's also 1 meg
I'm very happy with this link, I don't notice the drop offs others are
complaining about. But this is the expensive =A484/month link, not the
normal Breeze Light. I'm on the Ballycoolin mast because of that, Breeze
Light in Blanchardstown is generally connected over the Coolmine mast
What I can tell you is that IBB has trouble keeping schedule. When I
signed up, they promised 3 weeks. This was later changed to 8 weeks, but
counting from the day I signed up it was 3,5 months before they actually
came over for installation.
When they did, it was done in 30 minutes and things have worked fine
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