At 10:38 07/02/2001 +0000, John P . Looney wrote:
>On Wed, Feb 07, 2001 at 10:30:48AM -0000, Francisco Baena mentioned:
> > Hi Steve;
> > I'm exactly in the same situation. I've to go to Coventry to configured a
> > WAN network for my company. The leased line that we are using is a 64Kb,
> > leased from Eircom and it costs 10K per year. 128kb costs about 16k per
> > year, so your friend will have to pay a small fortune for a 156kb. Regards,
>> Sounds like you are getting ripped off. We have a 2MB line for
As you said - you're just lucky and if Eircom ever cop...
Our average price for a 64k line works out at about 6k I think (it depends
on location a lot though and that may include a basic router). I'm
guessing that a 2MB line would work out at around 40k, but I've no idea
what the cost of the actual data circuit would be, and that'd be the
biggest variable in the loop.
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