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Subject: Re: UKNM: ADSL
From: Nigell Boulton
Date: Mon, 22 Nov 1999 17:52:39 GMT

here is the message from nildram

Latest ADSL News From Nildram

The BT trial of ADSL is apparently now underway. This trial was
severely restricted to only 5,000 consumers nationwide. Wholesale pricing
also been published, and for the basic service, which provides a 512kbps
download speed and 256kbps upload speed, with a contention ratio of 20:1
20 other users will be competing with you for that bandwidth), the pricing
out as follows:

Installation: 260 + VAT
Annual Rental: 1065 + VAT

In addition to these charges, any ISP providing the service will have to pay
a connection to BT to deliver the data inwards. At its cheapest, this will
out at an additional 50 per annum, and at its most expensive, 745 per
(this all depends on volume). On top of that, we then have to deliver your
across the Internet and make a charge for that.

You can probably see from these figures that unless BT does some drastic
cutting, we are still a long way off from the 40/month figures that the
like to dream about. More like 150 - 200 a month, we suspect.

Nildram fully intends to offer this service just as soon as we are able.
we don't expect the BT rollout to start until March 2000, and then it will
be a
fairly gradual process. After all, BT don't want to stop the tills ringing
the sound of all those dial-up call minutes that are being generated every
until they are really forced to do so, one way or the other.

More news as and when we have it!

Nildram Ltd

----- Original Message -----
From: Mark Button <mark [dot] buttonatlefevre [dot] co [dot] uk>
To: <uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com>
Sent: Monday, November 22, 1999 3:56 PM
Subject: UKNM: ADSL

> What's the general opinion on ADSL?

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