On Thu 16 Aug 2007, Thomas Bridge wrote:
> It's also the case that a couple of Eircom.Net/Indigo employees
> remarked to me in the pub that they had just as big issues getting
> circuits from Eircom, and they didn't have recourse to things like
> Comreg's delivery time requirements.
My experience (painful in the extreme) in the UK
is that if Telecom A and Telecom B are involved in setting up broadband
then A will say that any problem lies with B,
and B will say it lies with A.
If you say, "Well Mr A, could you talk to B"
Mr A will invariably say, "No, you have to talk to B yourself".
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