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Subject: RE: UKNM: Temporarily Connecting Locations to the Internet
From: Emily Dubberley
Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2000 13:25:20 +0100

We webcast Radio Avalon from Glastonbury this year for six days using
nothing more sophisticated than a BT line - think it cost about 300
including the phone bill and worked solidly for the entire time. ISDN is a
more ideal option though. Mail me off list and I'll give you details of the
tech bod we used to set it all up

-----Original Message-----
From: Claire Simpson [csimpson_ukatyahoo [dot] co [dot] uk (mailto:csimpson_ukatyahoo [dot] co [dot] uk)]
Sent: Thursday, 26 October 2000 05:10
To: uk-netmarketingatmail [dot] chinwag [dot] com
Subject: UKNM: Temporarily Connecting Locations to the Internet


Bit of a techy question this one. What if someone
wants to temporarily connect a relatively obscure
location (such as a shop or a dry cleaners ...!) to
the Internet for a reasonable price, how'd they go
about it? Leased lines tend to cost a lot just for a
temporary project and the ADSL option does not cover
enough areas. Are there any agencies that specialise
in projects like this and where can I find them!?

Thanks in advance!

Claire


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