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25 August 2005

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» DSL chaos and monopolies from Bazaarz
Poor old Neville is having a 'mare in Amsterdam with DSL. I know how he feels. We've been struggling with DSL here (in Spain) for months. Sometimes it's up and sometimes it's down. We've done all the wiring checks yet... [Read More]

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Stuart Bruce

Check the web site. Wonderful. This is an example of how ISPs could use SMS to keep customers informed. I've heard of one UK-based ISP doing this but can't recall which it was. They also used it alert customers about problems with servers impacting on websites, email etc.

dahowlett

So...comments are moderated...so may not appear until normal service is resumed...unless lost in ether...you should try living in Spain and dealing with Telechronica...they're not responsible for anything - so they say...!!!

Nevon

I can imagine Spain, Dennis, re getting this technology working. Probably a bit like how it is in some Latin American countries ;)

The problem here is now solved, according to my ISP. But still no info on exactly what it was. I suppose I should forget it now and move on...

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