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Irish Broadband said it is buying more equipment from Navini to expand its network: Currently, Irish Broadband uses a mixture of equipment, at least in Dublin. While I haven’t used the service based on gear from Navini, I would think it makes the most sense in Dublin. My landlord won’t let me hang an antenna on my building and I have friends here with the same problem. But with the Navini offering, customers just put the modem in their house near a window. Unfortunately, Irish Broadband doesn’t offer the Navini service where I live, but if it does start covering my neighborhood, I’d definitely switch from DSL, which is pretty spotty and requires me to pay more to the incumbent here.
Posted by nancyg at August 8, 2005 11:47 PM
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