BOI did the same thing last year.
Ring 1800 365365 and they tell you
to feck off and ring 1850 365365
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Guest, Ken [mailto:kengu at credo.ie]
> Sent: 28 June 2000 14:28
> To: social at linux.ie> Subject: [ILUG-Social] AIB 24 hour banking
>>> Talking about money grabbers, did anyone else notice that the
> phone number for AIB 24 Hour Banking has changed from a 1800
> to a 1890 prefix?
> (It's the same number, just the 1890 prefix.)
>> #-----Original Message-----
> #From: John McDonnell [mailto:johnmc at gemini.galway.apcc.com]
> #Sent: Tuesday, June 27, 2000 14:21
> #To: social at linux.ie> #Subject: Re: [ILUG] Re: [ILUG-Social] stop buying Palms now!
> #On Tue, 27 Jun 2000, Fergal Daly wrote:
> #> Who made them the politicians? Us as a country.
> #I did not and would not vote for that shower of corrupt money
> #grabbers in
> #FF or their counterparts with the high horses in the PDs.
> #Eircom is still
> #in a shambles because of the government. 3 weeks for an itemised
> #statment? I could do one by hand in less time.
> #. John P. McDonnell, . : john.mcdonnell at apcc.com> #. AED Software Galway, . : ph: +353-91-70-2280
> #. APC Ireland . : http://www.apcc.com/> #
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