Well i was with Esat using surfnolimits until they cut me off.
I had an account with club internet (now vianetworks) which
i had kept throughout since 1996. I went back to using that.
But now i use the net so little at home i cant really justify
a pay account with them so i've cancelled that service. They
had become a bit crappy anyway. I now use UTV Internet (previously
known as DNA). I find it fairly decent. I dont use the net at
home nearly as much as i used to.
I remember the days of IOL when they were the only irish ISP.
Miserable 14.4 kbps modems, surfing with pre-tables/frames/backgrounds
Netscape 1.0 and NSCA/Quaterdeck Mosaic, gopher, etc...
ah them were the days.... Unfortunatly them are STILL the days
to a degree i find a bit scarey.
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From: Jeremy Smyth [mailto:jer at online.ie]
Sent: 04 December 2001 11:59
To: social at linux.ie
Subject: [ILUG-Social] ISPs
I've just applied for my 5-6 week waiting period for a phone line, and was
wondering what you lot are doing now that Esat Surf-No-Limits is finito.
Eircom? Oceanfree? Indigo GoFree? Any others? I'm looking for fairly high
usage at night and w/e, and bits and bobs during the day. Same as everyone
here, I'd guess.
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