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) 04-08-2002, 06:51 AM
Join Date: Jan 2002
Originally posted by Nelix
who cares about the little ISPs, they can consolidate or die...
BRING ON THE SPEED
That's so unfair!
People need to give poor, little, starting-up hosts a chance to grow & get known.
CEO Genius-hosting.com, WebHostingChat.net Moderator
) 04-08-2002, 06:58 AM
Join Date: Apr 2002
I couldn't agree more.
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) 04-10-2002, 03:06 AM
Join Date: Apr 2002
I would love to have a backbone line in OZ like this...
Due to the distance i believe in Australia even t1 is out of reach to most small isps.
Frame Relay is good and i have considered getting it a couple of times but at the end of the day really we would never host anything from it just for mass backups or reinstalls for servers.
I must do this now over 6meg adsl and it still costs approx $900 USD with 3 gigs monthly transfer!
Thats why our servers are based in the good U S of A.
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