BT Bids Switched Telephones Good-Bye

Alex Snow alex_snow at
Sun Jun 13 15:52:01 EDT 2004

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what kind of speeds are you getting from broadband wireless?
On Sun, Jun 
13, 2004 at 10:53:21AM -0700, Ralph W. Reid wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 13, 2004 at 09:45:34AM +1000, Luke Yelavich wrote:
> > At 09:33 AM 13/06/2004, Sina Bahram wrote:
> > >ISDN? As still does nothing?
> > 
> > Yeah. For personal use, you can only get a max of 2 lines here, which is 
> > 128kbps. ADSL is far better value if you can get it.
> > 
> > Luke 
> > 
> Here in Chico, California, USA, we seem to have everything, including
> the almighty, massively superior, broadband wireless.  After a bit of
> tinkering, I managed to get the broadband wireless connection working
> on my Linux box, and have been very happy with it ever since.  The
> company that set up the antenna/MODEM/transceiver was Digital Path
> (, who set up some contracts with several local
> ISP's in this area.  The technician who was installing the equipment
> told me that Digital Path would be adding service in San Fransisco
> next, so we got something before the big city folks for a change.  If
> the system in England is going to be anything like the broadband
> wireless network we have here, a lot of types of communication should
> improve dramatically there.
> -- 
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