Easynet wholesale to compete with BT's services

  TOPCAT® 16:50 13 Dec 04
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Aimed initially at businesses, Easynet will be offering "differentiated services, significant cost reductions and speeds of up to 8Mbps, rising to 18Mpbs when ADSL2+ becomes available following regulatory action."

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I hope PCA's servers can withstand the onslaught when this lot becomes available! :o) TC.

what finally drag's us upto speeds that are normal in europe?

wonder what the upload speeds will be...

  CurlyWhirly 22:30 15 Dec 04

Easynet will be offering "differentiated services, significant cost reductions and speeds of up to 8Mbps, rising to 18Mpbs when ADSL2+ becomes available following regulatory action."


Crikey. I didn't know that ADSL2+ is being planned *now* as it doesn't seem *that* long since ADSL came out!

  TOPCAT® 15:20 16 Dec 04

Here's a story from back in July about ADSL2+

We won't know ourselves when this hits the wires!! :o) TC.

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  CurlyWhirly 16:54 16 Dec 04

We won't know ourselves when this hits the wires!! :o) TC.


I for one can't wait as I want to upgrade to a faster broadband service!

So will ADSL2 be based on the same technology that cable from Blueyonder and NTL is now?

  Noelg23 12:01 17 Dec 04

well think about it people ADSL has been around for about 5-6yrs...so it makes sense ADSL2+ should be around very soon...

  CurlyWhirly 18:15 17 Dec 04

well think about it people ADSL has been around for about 5-6yrs...so it makes sense ADSL2+ should be around very soon...


I didn't know that ADSL had been around *this* long.
Perhaps it is because it has only 'hit the headlines' recently!

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