Doesn't this contravene most ISP's terms and conditions in Ireland,
anyone know a provider who let's you share your broadband ?
Niall O Broin wrote:
> Below is a generous offer from Antoin O Lachtnain of Fon, who was one
> of the speakers at our recent AGM. Take him up on it people - spread
> the love :-)
>> If you would like a free Fonera, please follow the procedure Antoin
> outlines below, even if you have already been in touch with him since
> the AGM.
>>> Niall O Broin
> PRO ILUG
>>>>> I was lucky enough to be able to speak to FON members at the ILUG AGM a
> few weeks ago. If you weren't there, let me give you a quick summary.
>> FON is the largest WiFi community in the world. Our members share their
> wireless Internet access at home and, in return, enjoy free WiFi
> wherever they find another Fonero's Access Point.
>> It all started as a simple idea. Why should you pay for Internet access
> on the go when you have already paid for it at home? Exactly, you
> shouldn't. So we decided to help create a community of people who get
> more out of their connection through sharing.
>> You can find out more at http://en.fon.com/info/whats_fon.php>> OK, so what's the deal here? Well, normally, to become a fonero (member
> of FON community) you have to pay 29.95 plus postage for the Linux-based
> router. However, we are offering a special deal. You can get a Fonera
> router for free (including free postage).
>> So what's the catch? There has to be a catch, right?
>> Well, there is, a small one. You have to promise to make the 'Fonero
> Promise'. Specifically this means that you have to promise to keep the
> router plugged in to the Internet for at least one year. If you decide
> you don't want to continue for some reason, you must pass the router on
> to someone else who will keep it connected for one year.
>> So how to take advantage of this offer? Just send me an email at aol - @
> - fon.com with the subject 'Free Fonera for ILUG members' and I will
> send you back a promotion code which you can use to make the Fonero
> Promise and get your free router from the FON Shop.
>> Offer is valid until December 14 2006.
>> PS: the free offer includes shipping. You don't have to pay anything.
>> FON is a company based in Spain and is bound by data protection laws
> similar to those in Ireland. FON will collect information about you
> during the ordering process, but will not pass any information to third
>>> Antoin O Lachtnain
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