Really? might they have any decent coverage outside the town of Creston here in BC?Thanks guys- Bell/aliant sells them-
That is nothing, before I had a 56k modem or a 802.11G card for my PowerBook I was using an external serial SupraExpress 144 Plus if I took my PowerBook anywhere out of the computer room. I actually used it fairly frequently as I liked to take my PowerBook to my bedroom, living room and kitchen with me. But yea, then I got an internal 56k modem for it's dedi modem slot and later an 802.11G PCCard for one of it's two CardBus slots. Now I only use my 14.4 serial modems(that is right, I have multiple) with my 1986-1995 hardware without ethernet or I use them with one of my other Macs acting as a LocalTalk to Ethernet gateway to get them on the network with an internet connection.It's great- now it won't take me a half hour to visit web sites (my dialup only ran at 26.6KBPS)- I can actually post some news stories without it taking me hours, literally.